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The story of Oradour-sur-Glane

September 04, 2020 - I normally write a travel blog encompassing an entire trip or holiday and try to give some insight into history, culture...
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Calvados and crêpes

February 09, 2019 - I love France. In particular I love Normandy and Brittany. I love the people, the granite farmhouses, the sleepy fishing...
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Borderlands of France

September 14, 2017 - I'll start this blog with a little shout-out to Google Earth and Booking.com, which helped us to identify Alsace as a be...
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The road to Paris

April 07, 2013 - A recent trip to Paris brought some beautiful photo opportunities in some of the most unexpected places and, as I was tr...
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