A park in a city offers a possibility to be closer to nature at least for a short time. To Parc des Buttes Chaumont people come to eat their lunch during the break, to have a picnic with friends or … Continue reading
A town in the county of Gloucestershire, England (not to confuse it with Stroud New South Wales Australia or Stroud Oklahoma USA) is our friend’s hometown. It is located in the picturesque place at the meeting point of five valleys. … Continue reading
August is a holiday time. Many people rush to the airports or railway stations to finally escape from their daily routine, work or school and get some sun, rest and fresh impressions. I don’t particularly like leaving in August because … Continue reading
It has been raining in Paris lately. The temperatures went down and the sky changes from dark grey to bright blue several times a day. The pavements rustle underfoot because of the fallen leaves. Here and there you see puddles, … Continue reading
This time London welcomed us warmly with lots of sunshine and even heat (a great contrast with our February visit). So we stayed out most of the time: took a stroll in vast green spaces (Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, Greenwich … Continue reading
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Recently we went to see the exhibition “Mapplethorpe – Rodin” featuring the works of two artists. Body, movement, detail are some of the common subjects for both. I found more life and passion in Rodin’s sculptures than in Mapplethorpe’s photographs. … Continue reading
Pastel blue, white flowers and little birds covered in dew.
Today is the last stage of Tour de France and les Champs Elysées will be welcoming the finalists for the 101st time. Created in 1903 to increase the newspaper (“L’Auto”) sales it has become the most prestigious cycling race in … Continue reading