Learning About Paris While You Run: With Paris Running Tours

Place Dauphine,Paris( Photo- J Chung)

When you visit Paris there are many opportunities to see the sites and learn about French history: bus tours, walking tours, and bicycle tours. But what about running through the streets of Paris with a tour guide? Why on earth would one want to do this? What better way to get some mileage in, be challenged to keep up one’s pace, see the sites over a large area of Paris, and hear some good stories along the way! Recently I had the opportunity to do so with Paris Running Tours. Continue reading →

15 Reasons Why You Should Travel To France More Than Once

Rocherfort-en-terre, France

Why should you travel to France more than once? Easy answer: It’s just incredibly beautiful and there is SO much to see and do that you can’t see everything you want in one trip.  It is the world’s top tourist destination with over 84 million visitors and the country has diverse landscapes where you can see sand dunes, mountains, inviting coastlines, picturesque hilltop villages, sculptured gardens, and volcanoes. The list goes on and on. Continue reading →

Discover France’s Version Of Stonehenge: Carnac’s Megalithic Alignments

Carnac’s Megalithic Alignments

If you’re in the area of southern Brittany, which is on the north-west coast of France, you might suddenly think you’ve been transported to England because you will see hundreds of stones that are over 7000 years old: Carnac’s megalithic alignments. They are France’s version of Stonehenge and there are many standing stones (menhirs) of Carnac to see within a 4 kilometre area. It is the largest collection of standing stones in the world. Continue reading →

The Most Beautiful Hilltop Village In Provence: Gordes

Gordes France

[Yes, you’ve likely seen this photo many times, but here’s why.] When you are travelling and you return to a place that you love, do you take photos of your favourite spots again and again and again, even though you already have pictures of that place? I do. And where do I return? To this most beautiful hilltop village in Provence: Gordes. Let me share with you some reasons why I love the town so much and why I believe you will want to visit (and revisit) this Provencal town. Continue reading →