This a republished post by the Barefoot Blogger from France Today. Why is Nimes a “must see” for Roman history lovers? Because it’s a city where you can literally see, touch and experience Roman life in France during the days of the Roman Empire. France has so many […]
After six days in Dordogne with my Colorado friend, it was time for the grand finale. We threw caution to the wind and took our very first hot air balloon ride. A balloon over Château Chenonceau no less. The tour of the Château at Chenonceau was a bit […]
What a day! What a way to end the week traveling and touring in Dordogne. Let’s just say, it ended on a very high note. My traveling companion and long-lost and found friend from grade school, Julie, and I put some serious miles behind us. We drove over […]
Sarlat. You’re the winner. Of all the places I’ve been on my Dordogne tour these past five days, I like you the best. Ok. I’m a sucker for market days. That’s how I fell in love with –and moved to– Uzes. Take a look at Sarlat! Dordogne […]
Day five in the seven-day Dordogne marathon trip with my long-time friend, Julie, was one thing we looked forward to the most– Visit Rocamadour. The village carved into a hill, Rocamadour, takes at least a half-day to explore. It is recommended you arrive early to catch the best […]
Moonlight and Absinthe in Antibes
Let’s visit Carcassonne!
To stay in the holiday spirit just a bit longer, let’s visit the Langton’s at Mas d’Augustine
Close to 1,000 viewers enjoyed Jane and Gary’s story the day it appeared on the Barefoot Blogger! Thanks to your interest and response, Jane and Gary have agreed to frequently update their stories of Mas d’Augustine. Like me, I hope you’ll enjoy the chance to peek into their […]
I moved to France. Alone.
You know if I’m spending the holidays in Uzes, I’m going to visit l’Atelier des Ours. It’s just down the street and it’s irresistible, especially this time of year. From the moment you enter l’Atelier des Ours, you leave this world and float away on a cloud of snowballs and ruffles.
imagine you’re here!
the “perfect” gift
The “nitty-gritty” about B&B ownership
Loire Valley’s Château Villandry and a private French Chef
Tour of Leonardo da Vinci museum at Loire Valley’s Chateau Clos Luce
Wine caves to visit in the Loire Valley
Chateaus and vineyards of the Loire Valley: Ambroise
Ten hours on the French highways and the Barefoot Blogger is in the Loire Valley. Join me on an adventure into the heartland of France–a Loire Valley tour. Along with my “partner in crime” Nancy McGee from “Absolutely Southern France” destination management company (travel advisor.) Our challenge is […]
Learning to speak French