Verdun, France

Battle of Verdun by Wendy VanHatten The Battle of Verdun started on February 21, 1916. It ended on December 16, 1916. That’s 300 days and 300 nights of combat without a break. This was the “War to End All Wars.” However…There were over 300,000 dead and missing and...
Passport Renewal

Passport Renewal

Passport Renewal by Wendy VanHattten It’s a new year and with any luck we’ll be traveling again. Now is a good time to look at your passport. Double-check the expiration date. Is it valid for at least six months past the dates of any planned international trips? Since...

Cantina Do Mori

Cantina Do Mori by Wendy VanHatten When it’s time to travel to Italy again, check this place out. No chairs…just a few stools. No tables…just a long wooden bar and some upturned wine barrels.  Dozens of antique copper pots hang from the dark, wooden ceiling....
Champagne Grapes

Champagne Grapes

Champagne Grapes by Wendy VanHatten Ready for the New Year? Is Champagne part of your celebration? If so…here are some facts about the delicious bubbles from the wine region, an AOC zone, Champagne, France. The three main grapes for Champagne are Chardonnay, Pinot...

Markets in Provence

Markets in Provence by Wendy VanHatten You could literally go to some type of street market every day in Provence. Really. Whether you’re looking specifically for antiques, linens, clothes, soaps, collectibles, knives, cough drops made with balsamic, flowers, fabrics,...

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...

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