Les Baux

Les Baux-de-Provence by Wendy VanHatten It’s been a few years since we were here. We are going back this spring. Set in the heart of the Alpilles regional county park, Les Baux-de-Provence is listed as a heritage site. It’s even won the title of one of the Most...
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...

Popes Palace, Avignon France

Popes Palace, Avignon, France by Wendy VanHatten Frist, a little history… Much of the 14th century Italy was ravaged by wars. By 1309 Rome was basically a violent and unwelcoming city. So violent that Pope Clement V could not remain in the city of Rome. The Popes then...

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