David and I explore the palace and grounds of the famous Chateau.
For our first time in France, we wanted to sample as many traditional French dishes as we could find. Here are the results.
Paris is full of must-visit spots, and right up there is the Louvre, with its imposing glass pyramid and of course, the Mona Lisa. Then there’s the Arc de Triomphe, a bright, solid landmark in the center of a famous area and illuminated by the Champs–Élysées.
Few structures in the world are as easily identifiable and iconic as the Eiffel Tower. Built in 1889 for the 1889 World’s Fair, it has become an image of Paris and of France.
David and I marvel at the beauty of Notre Dame and the Seine.
Paris is an old, beautiful city, and supposedly, this is where everything began, the center of Paris: A circle of tiles marks a small brass star in front of Notre Dame. From here, all distances in Paris are measured; it’s the kilometre zero. It was a quirky little thing to find, but pretty cool. Very appropriate for this week’s…
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