Chateau de Chenonceau

Chateau de Chenonceau

Chateau de Chenonceau by Wendy VanHatten Quite the distinction to say Chateau de Chenonceau is the most visited and the most photographed chateau in the Loire Valley in France. It’s also been called the ladies chateau, as ladies have been the most influential in its...
Amboise Sunday Market

Amboise Sunday Market

Amboise Sunday Market By Wendy VanHatten Traveling to the Loire Valley of France for the first time, street markets were on our list. I mean who doesn’t enjoy the dozens of stalls of colorful, delicious-looking fruits and vegetables? Our landlord of the apartment we...

Saint Remy de Provence

Saint-Remy de Provence by Wendy VanHatten Saint-Remy is a delightful town of about 8,000. Located about halfway between Avignon and Arles, this is definitely a farming town. Set in the middle of vineyards, fields of sunflowers, vegetables, and lavender, and peach...

Le Diplomate Restaurant Review

Le Diplomate Restaurant by Wendy VanHatten Check out our favorite French restaurant in Washington, D.C., Le Diplomate. Walk out of the sweltering heat on a summer day into the cool interior of Parisian brasserie. This historic building is now home to a bustling yet...

The United States Capitol

The United States Capitol By Wendy VanHatten While in Washington, D.C. we toured the US Capitol. Some interesting facts and tidbits we learned were: The US Capitol has housed Congress since 1800 The cornerstone was laid by George Washington on September 18, 1793 The...

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