It has served as a background for several photos in my previous posts, but today the park itself is the focus of my attention (and my camera of course;-) Parc des Buttes Chaumont is situated in the XIXth arrondissement. Inaugurated on … Continue reading
We read to get information, to learn, to relax, to change ideas and just to spend some time on our own. When we are in a public place reading helps us to escape from the crowd and takes us to … Continue reading
Here is my selection of photos for the 100th post on my blog. Hope you are enjoying (at least some of my posts) so far because I definitely am. Thank you for finding some time to stop by and … Continue reading
We spent only couple hours in this historical town. We came to have a bath (as many people do and Romans did) but children under 12 were not allowed so we took a walk around the center, had a … Continue reading
Gabriel’s first “animal” word is crocodile which sounds more like “ka-ka”. He learned it from his book “My first animals” and his favourite cartoon hero happens to be Crocodil Gena (from the russian cartoon “Cheburashka i Crocodil Gena”). He didn’t … Continue reading
Living in a city makes me enjoy the countryside more than ever. What can be a better pause from hustle and bustle than a quiet walk in empty fields lit with sunshine and ruffled by light wind!
You have already seen the main street Nationale in Marché de Lectoure and today I invite you to have a walk through time in the small streets of this charming town with some beautiful stone buildings where Past becomes Present.
To all loving and caring fathers, who enjoy beeing ones. Happy Father’s Day!
Beauval is one of the most important zoos in Europe with more than 4600 animals and 400 different species, also classified among 15 most beautiful zoos in the world. Its vast territory and the variety of scenes invite you to … Continue reading