When I was giving hints about moving to France and getting rid of stuff, the rest of the story hadn’t played out.
By now you know that some of the Barefoot Blogger’s favorite people in France are artists.
For all those ‘doubters’ out there who think the Barefoot Blogger will never learn French, here’s news.
The French love bandes dessinées — drawn cartoons. We may call them “funnies” in the States but here they take the art form quite seriously.
There are a few musical events in my life that I will always remember. The concert with Stacey Kent in the Cour du Duche last night is high on the list.
French opera, performed live in New York, broadcast live at a cinema in Uzes — with French subtitles.
Favorite foods and travels 2014
This time last year I was in Paris. Just thinking about again is a thrill.
Christmas in the beautiful village of Uzes, France.
Istanbul. A Turkish Bath For the last few weeks, Mon Fils and I have been walking in the footsteps of the ancient Romans: touring Ponte Gard, Carcassone and the amphitheaters in Nimes, Arles, Orange, and more. So it’s only fitting that we would give ourselves a Roman treat […]
Before I ever dreamed of living in France, I had this wild idea about visiting Nepal and Kathmandu
One of the local artists in Uzes threw a soiree for a few friends and fans. Aside from celebrating the last days of his exhibit, t was a crazy good party.
This week Uzes celebrated its first Blanc Nuit, “White Night”. By all accounts, the event that is an annual affair in Paris will be back in Uzes by popular demand.
Every Thursday night during July and August the city of Nimes throws a party.
Saying “goodbye” to Mustang Sally hasn’t been easy. Looking back at some of the posts of our adventures together makes me happy and sad.
Everything that happens to me in France sounds like an adventure
Summer’s Best Fête Another Uzès Fête Votive has come to a successful end. Although the weather could have been better for some of the events, the spirit of the crowd was hardly dampened. Final days and nights of the annual festival were filled with the more bulls, horses, […]
Here are some of the sights that are typical — and some not so likely — this time of year. The scene: the center of the village — the Place des Herbes.
Studies say the best time to learn a new language is as young as six months.
Beyond the La Tour Fenestrelle is a terrace that overlooks the Vallée de l’Eure and the public park.