You can tell that we really loved Aix-en-Provence because I wanted it to have its own slideshow, so here it is. I would love to go back again. This post is part of the Paris in July 2012 theme hosted by Karen from BookBath and Tamara from Thyme for Tea.
This post is about total self-indulgence. We visited Provence for the first time in October 2010 and it remains one of our most memorable holidays….another visit is now on our bucket list. We loved everything about it -we even survived driving on the “wrong” side of the road. That is after we finally made it … More Paris in July 2012 -images of Provence
It’s ironic that July is a Francophile’s delight with the Paris in July 2012 series hosted by Karen from BookBath and Tamara from Thyme for Tea. Entirely coincidentally I’ve been reading books with French themes this month. It all started with in-flight reading on the 3 ½ hour flight from Brisbane to Darwin in early … More Paris in July 2012 and French-themed novels
In late 2010 we visited Paris for the first time in 25 years…we’d waited too long and once again it was a fleeting visit. Once again we’d blown in on a train but this time it was the hyper-modern Eurostar direct from England. Monet was our motivation as there was a fantastic exhibition of his … More Paris in October – Monet magic and Paris moments
Once again I’ve been alerted to some more fun by Julie of Angler’s Rest. This time the theme is to turn Francophile for July and write about something/anything French. Paris in July 2012 is hosted by Karen from BookBath and Tamara from Thyme for Tea. While visiting Melbourne recently we took the opportunity to see … More Paris in July – Napoleon: Revolution to Empire