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Day 4 of my Italian travels took me to Pompeii and Sorrento. I was like a kid staring inside a candy store. I was an awe, yet again, of the beautiful scenery. A tapestry of magnificent views, buildings, and stories told on the guided tours.
View of the ancient Roman town-city of Pompeii
Early September, I traveled to Rome, Italy, to embark on a 12 day journey. The architecture, the food, the wine, the people, absolutely nothing was disappointing. Here are some images from the first days while hiking the streets of Rome. I say hiking because I walked just about everywhere I went.
The Column of
In the mountains of North Carolina, Graham County, to be exact, there stands a kickass restaurant. The Hub has all the feels of a 50’s diner. The food is phenomenal, the staff are friendly, and the atmosphere has a feeling of home.
Off of the diner is an outdoor area, full of mountain charm,
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Wisely, we hired a van to take us to Dieppe, where we hoped to find a hint of an ancestor: Nicolas Postel (or Potel, or Postell). This man, along with his wife, Marie Brugnet, and son Jean, were Huguenots. These Protestants, followers of Jean Calvin, were persecuted by the Catholic majority in France,
Honfleur. What can you say about Honfleur that hasn’t been demonstrated in gorgeous paintings by the Impressionists?
Paintings and our pictures do not do it justice. It is beautiful, impeccable, not a sterile tourist town, but a warm, welcoming village tempting all to spend the day drinking coffee and eating croissants.
The French love
Our first up close look at a castle was the Château de Balleroy, owned by the Forbes family. It sits in the town of the same name, the castle and town built of beautiful beige stone. The grounds were spectacular, and what we saw of the house was as well. Taking pictures inside Château de
After recovering from our jet lag and trip to the local store, E.Leclerc, we were ready for France, and went to Bayeux to Adrienne O’Donoghue’s home. She’s one of the owners of Albion Voyages, a Normandy based company providing luxury transportation and expert guide services in the area.
During our email correspondence to arrange
Chateau d’Argouges was at the end of a gravel drive on acres of greenery. With the beige stone walls, it resembled Cinderella’s castle, complete with pointed turrets, quoins, and massive chimneys. Inside it was furnished with antiques, comfortable beds, and everything you would need in the kitchen, including some stainless steel tools none of
The first of many posts covering my family trip to France. I asked my sister, LK Clement, an author, to write the posts, while I provide the photographs. Since we both have a very similar sense of humor, I knew her words would be epic!
Some would say it’s a sign of dementia to