Remember how I wanted to travel more in 2015? I wasn’t about to waste a week of school vacation sitting around Lyon!
The problem was April. In April, you never know if it will rain or shine, regardless of the destination, it seems. With Easter and school vacations, prices often spike in April too.
For weeks, my travel destination for April fluctuated from Seville to Florence to Rome to Istanbul to Girona to Brussels to Paris.
So, after much, much, much deliberation, I wound up in Seville after all. (And it rained.)
But when the sun came out…
It wasn’t half bad.
Continue reading “Instagram postcard from Seville”
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that you’ve crossed the border from France into Switzerland because everyone is still speaking French, but then you realize that everything is cleaner and more expensive.
When Americans describe Switzerland, it’s usually with words like “breathtaking,” “pristine,” and “chocolate.” When the French talk about Switzerland, it usually goes something like “Putain c’est cher la Suisse.” (“#$%& Switzerland is expensive.”)
Continue reading “Giant forks and mini desserts in Switzerland”
I already told you about some highlights of Sète, a charming fishing town in the Languedoc Roussillon region of France. You may have remarked that I like to take pictures. A lot of pictures. (My chéri is not so enthused about my photography habit. Apparently, it takes forever to go somewhere because I stop every three feet to take a photo.) At the time of writing, I have 1873 photos with Instagram, so that gives you an idea.
I am not a “real” photographer and I don’t have a fancy camera. I have an iPhone 4s. All my photos are taken with my iPhone. Convenient for all the Instagramming I do, you know?
Here are some of my favorite Instagram shots from Sète.
Here you get to see a little more of the town of Sète, including some fun street art at the local high school. More about Sète here.