Insights into the French way of life and European travels by an Australian living in Paris and the Loire ValleyHeader photo: The Tuileries Gardens in Paris. All photos on website copyright by Rosemary Kneipp unless specified otherwise. All rights reserved.
Loire Valley Accommodation!Stay in our beautiful 400-year old Renaissance house in the Loire Valley. Click on Gîte Loire Valley above. We still have vacancies from 14th to 18th August and 25th August to 6th September. 3-night minimum stay.
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- Blogger Round-Up: Kaunas Castle in the Baltics – Cycling planning tool for Europe – Paris bucket list
- The August Exodus
- Friday’s French – prochain, next, this, huitaine & quinzaine
- Weekly Blogger Round-Up: Leasing a vehicle in Europe – City map phone app – Stockholm in black & white
- The Emergency Department in a Paris Hospital
- Sara @ SimplySaraTravel on Blogger Round-Up: Kaunas Castle in the Baltics – Cycling planning tool for Europe – Paris bucket list
- William Kendall on Blogger Round-Up: Kaunas Castle in the Baltics – Cycling planning tool for Europe – Paris bucket list
- Cycling in Germany #6 – Bastei Rocks, Honigstein and over the border to Czech Republic | Aussie in France on Cycling in Germany #4 – Koblenz where the Moselle meets the Rhine
- Cycling in Germany #7 – Dresden: Accommodation & Car Trouble and Baroque Treasure | Aussie in France on Cycling in Germany #11 – Martin Luther Country: Torgau
- Cycling in Germany #2 – Rhine from St Goar to Lorch | Aussie in France on Cycling in Germany #18 – Painted façades from Hann Münden to Höxter
Tag Archives: Zadar
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
We left Dubrovnik for Zadar on a Sunday morning at the end of July and it was already very hot. Along the way there were countless vendors selling fruit and vegetables, often with makeshift showers to keep their watermelons cool! … Continue reading