South West of France is one of the best region for food. Beside that, so many sites are just around you. The most beautiful village of France and the 2nd and 3rd site of the country. So many more are just there for you, and not too busy with tourists. Continue reading
Next to Montoire sur le Loir, in Couture sur le Loir, you should go and visit the Manoir de la Possonnière.
This is the birthplace of Pierre de Ronsard in 1524. He stayed there untill he turned 12 years old and became a “page” for the son of the king.
He became as well a famous poet in the Renaissance period of the French history. Continue reading
Rocamadour is a truly impressive village on north bank of the Alzou river (l’Alzou), built onto the side of the high cliffs towering over the river gorge. Continue reading
Le Marais, a vibrant district for experiencing bygone Paris and the capital’s present place.
Under the arches of the place, you will enjoy hunting for antiques, visiting art galleries or having dinner in a good restaurant. Continue reading
I have been surprised by “La Cote Saint Jacques“. Part of the Relais et Châteaux, this hotel and restaurant is really a tremendous place.
The Chef is awarded three stars by the Michelin guide.
Soon you arrive, the doorman will escort you to the lift that takes you down to the restauant. Continue reading
Most visits to Chateaudun will start with the castle. Although the chateau has existed here since the 12 th century, and part of the structure dates from that time. A great deal of modifications took place in the 15 th and the a6 th centuries. These transforded the chateau from having defensive role to being a more comfortable place for living in. Continue reading
I am a fan of milk chocolate. I do appreciate dark one too. But at “La Maison du Chocolat“, I find the fantastic, the greatest, the unbelievable Milk chocolate ganache “Sylvia”.
I never go out of this shop without a few others, including the “Rocher”. Amazing. Continue reading