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Pont du Gard – France

By Rosie | November 28, 2017

Pont du Gard! What a beauty! My husband and I have wanted to visit this bridge for several years now and finally got round to it when a friend was visiting us for the weekend. It’s a shame we didn’t come in Summer to enjoy it in the heat and splash around in the water.…

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La Citadelle, Saint Tropez – France

By Rosie | November 25, 2017

La Citadelle of Saint Tropez is situated on a small hill behind the town and port. I came here when visiting Saint Tropez on a solo day trip. Read my other blog post here. La Citadelle is a little walk away from the centre of town but it is very easy to access. There is…

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Saint Tropez – France

By Rosie | November 17, 2017

Saint Tropez is a beautiful town in the French Riviera on the South coast of France. It is famous as a millionaire’s playground and a place where the rich and famous come for holidays. There are always super yachts moored up on this small harbour and people dressed to impress walking around. There are lots…

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21 photos to make you want to visit Saint Tropez – France

By Rosie | November 10, 2017

Saint Tropez is a beautiful town on the French Riviera which is famous worldwide and a popular holiday destination for the world’s richest people. If you’re not sure about visiting Saint Tropez, maybe these 21 photographs will help you decide. Enjoy! Book a stay in Saint Tropez here.. Subscribe to my newsletter

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St Victoire – France

By Rosie | November 9, 2017

I have lived in Provence for around 5 years now and have always wanted to go up to the top of the famous St Victoire. I have had picnics around the bottom several times and once made it up to the refuge. But never to the top – until now! The St Victoire is a…

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CoulĂ©e Verte RenĂ©-Dumont, Paris – France

By Rosie | October 30, 2017

After visiting Rue Cremieux, I wandered around the neighbouring areas without a destination in mind. I stumbled across the CoulĂ©e Verte RenĂ©-Dumont which is an elevated linear park situated on an old railway. It is sometimes known as the “Promenade PlantĂ©e” too. The park stretches 4.7km over Paris with views over the Parisian buildings and life…

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Rue Cremieux, Paris

By Rosie | October 29, 2017

Rue Cremieux (CrĂ©mieux in French) is Paris’ version of London’s Notting Hill. The houses on Rue Cremieux are very cute, bright, colourful and full of fun! Each house has its own personality and charm. It’s a lovely little road to walk down, situated next to Gare de Lyon. It’s very tucked away and hard to…

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Disneyland Paris – France

By Rosie | October 27, 2017

I’m not a huge Disney fan. I mean I watched the films when I was younger but I’m not obsessed like it seems everybody else is. But when we were in Paris for the weekend, we decided we should go. We have already seen a lot of Paris, but had never been to Disneyland, so…

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An afternoon in Paris – France

By Rosie | October 24, 2017

I went to Paris for a long weekend with my husband to see one of our friends before the big move to the USA. I haven’t seen him in over a year so it was really nice to spend some time with him again after so long! We lived in Paris around 5 years ago…

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Villefranche-sur-Mer – France

By Rosie | October 11, 2017

Villefranche-sur-Mer is a beautiful seaside town located just next to Eze (see blog post here). It’s between Nice & Monaco on the French Riviera and the buildings are beautiful and bright! I drove here from Eze and parked down at the port. I knew that Villefranche-sur-Mer was famous for its beautiful seafront with bright buildings,…