The Left Bank – Sophisticated, refined and ever so slightly aloof. It is home of the artistic quarter, where names such as Picasso, Matisse, Satre and Hemmingway came to be creative.
Inspiration for travel and adventure comes in all shapes and sizes. An attractive picture on the internet, an alluring magazine article or even a lively anecdote from a friend or colleague can spur o...
For those “in the know”, Frenchie’s is an absolute must on any trip to Paris.
A few years ago, we briefly visited the Provence region of France during a Western Mediterranean cruise and liked the area so much, we thought we should go back to explore on our own.
In our travels to Paris over the years, we had always wanted to go west about 50 miles to visit Claude Monet’s estate in Giverny.
Let’s face it. Living in Aix-en-Provence can be…well, grueling. Imagine days filled with sipping espresso at quaint sidewalk cafes, meandering tree lined promenades, enjoying the Mediterranean-...
Avoiding “touristy” restaurants near Paris’ most visited monuments can be tricky, which makes planning meals and visiting sites simultaneously quite difficult.
Multicultural and revolutionary, Marseille has to be one of Europe’s most appealing ports; its Mediterranean climate and cuisine also help make France’s second city a winner.