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- Cycling in Germany #4 – Koblenz where the Moselle meets the Rhine | Aussie in France on Eurovelo 6 – Cycling around Lake Constance
- Cycling along the Danube – the Weltenburg Narrows | Aussie in France on Cycling in Germany #19 – Bernkastel on the Moselle – a hidden treasure
- Cycling in Germany #18 – Painted façades from Hann Münden to Höxter | Aussie in France on Cycling along the Danube – Watch out for trains!
- Cycling in Germany #12 – Luther Country : Wittenberg | Aussie in France on Cycling along the Danube – Ehingen to Ulm
- Cycling in Germany #12 – Luther Country : Wittenberg | Aussie in France on Cyclng in Germany #15 – Turgermünde, the prettiest village on the Elbe
Category Archives: French customs
When I first got married in France and saw our livret de famille I thought it was very neat although I didn’t realise its importance. It’s a little book in which the details of your marriage are written and which … Continue reading
Weekly Blogger Round-Up: the San Pellegrino headquarters – Le Crotoy flea market – Gourd festival in Nice –
In this week’s Blogger Round-Up, Mary Kay from Out and About in Paris takes us to Bergamo in Italy where she was given a special guided tour of the San Pellegrino art nouveau building, while Janine Marsh from The Good … Continue reading
Weekly Blogger Round-Up: Love Locks in Paris – Developing a wine palate – Exercising apparel in France
Already time for my Weekly Blogger Round-Up. I’m sure you know about the love locks on the Pont des Arts in Paris. Lisa Anselmo and Lisa Taylor Huff, guest posting for Out and About in Paris, explain why they are … Continue reading
This week’s blogger round-up starts with Mary Kay from Out and About in Paris, who takes us behind the scenes of French lingerie, Maggie LaCoste from Experience France by Bike shares her favourite cycling itineraries in France while Susan from … Continue reading
This week’s Blogger Round-Up takes us to Lisbon in Portugal with Jenny and John in Brittany, a place that is definitely on my shortlist while Adelina from Pack Me To visits the inside of the Parliament Building in Budapest which … Continue reading
Weekly Blogger Round-Up: Carnival time in Nice – The Bay of Angels in Nice – Van Loos’ The Three Graces
This week’s Blogger Round-Up starts in the city of Nice on the French Riviera with Phoebe from Lou Messugo who shares her stunning photos of Nice Carnival. And to give you another view of Nice, Margo Lestz, writing for The … Continue reading
Weekly Blogger Round-Up: Advantages of Paris in Winter – Surprising Things about Istanbul – Eating Rules for French Children
In this week’s Blogger Round Up, Carolyn from My Sydney Paris Life shares nine big reasons to love Paris in winter (even though it hasn’t snowed this year); Jo Karnaghan from Frugal First Class Traveler takes us to Istanbul in … Continue reading
In this week’s Blogger Round-Up, Carolyn from Holidays to Europe takes us to Colmar, which is one of my favourites places in Alsace, with its picturesque canals while Chasing the Donkey gives us an insider’s tour of Zadar in Croatia … Continue reading
If you read my post last week on green stamps, you may have noticed the drawing on the stamps. When I saw it, I was somewhat intrigued because the previous Marianne stamp was a little different. So I checked it … Continue reading
This week’s Blogger Round-Up is a spin-off from my post on the disappearance of père de famille. Bellanda from Bellanda in Paris tweeted a post explaining that women are now legally allowed to wear overalls in France, while Tim from … Continue reading