Palace of the Popes Avignon

Avignon, a city in southeastern France’s Provence region, is set on the Rhône River. From 1309 to 1377, it was the seat of the Catholic popes. It remained under papal rule until becoming part of France in 1791. This legacy can be seen in the massive Palais des Papes (Popes' Palace) in the city center, …

How I Saw Paris This Week #28 —by Corey Frye from a French frye in Paris

One of my favorite bloggers/tour guide. Corey does tours in Paris and has also started doing live video tours and coffee chats of my fav city Paris.  Check it out.  If you miss the live feed you can catch up with later on his Facebook page.           Hi everybody! First thing’s …

A huge thank you to our followers

Today WordPress congratulated our blog on obtaining over 500 followers.  We have a lot more of course as some people follow the blog via email.   We wish to say thanks for your comments, likes and sharing. You can catch us on Twitter and also Instagram. I also have a page at bloglovin and a pinterest account.  Your all welcome to …

Pont Saint Benezet – The Bridge of Avignon

As we were having breakfast our ship was sailing into Avignon.  We passed by the famous  Pont Saint Benezet - The bridge of Avignon.  This bridge was built in the 12 century and is made famous by the song - Sur le Pont d'Avignon.but it is better known as the Pont d'Avignon on which one …

An Afternoon in Arles

Arles -- known for Van Gogh but also Bullfights and Gladitors

Les Baux de Provence

After the Olive Farm we headed to Les Baux de Provence.  Our coach slowly wound its way up to the parking area.  There was a short walk from the parking area to the Village, where many restaurants, cafe's and souvenir shops along the little cobblestone roads.   The village of the Les Baux de Provence …

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