Corsica – May 2011
We know where Napoleon was born…Corsica, off the last of France. He would love to be there today on this established French island of high mountains, deep valleys, and expansive seashore, all with the right amount … Read the rest
We returned to the south of France, where everywhere and everything is a photo opportunity.
Provence provides the thrill of beauty in its villages with their open markets and squares, in its display of fields of yellow mustard, lavender, … Read the rest
Driving around the US with a GPS demonstrates the wonder of technology. How did we get around poorly marked country roads, one-way city streets and spaghetti wound-up interchanges? We stared at small print on large maps, paper crackling as the … Read the rest
Paris, just saying the name is exciting. It’s many people’s favorite city. Mine too. But how do you experience it in just a few days?
Walking and soaking up the magnificent architecture and the River Seine and its bridges is … Read the rest