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Wall Sculptures In The Paris Catacombs: Sculptures de Décure

Sculpture de Decure

Let’s be honest. It’s dark. It’s cold. It’s creepy. It’s filled with millions of human bones and yet it’s a pretty popular site for tourists. I never cared about going yet went because a friend wanted to see the macabre attraction. In the end, it wasn’t the skulls and bones that I remembered. It was the Sculptures de Décure–the wall sculptures in the Paris catacombs. Continue Reading →

26 In Sites

Designated “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France”—The Most Beautiful Villages

Gordes, France (J. Chung)

Where are the designated “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France”? And how many have you visited?  While Paris, Bordeaux, and Lyon are grand and have much to see, many visitors to France often overlook the small villages. Although France has over 32,000 villages, only 158 have been given the prestigious designation of being one of the MOST beautiful villages of France. In 1982, the French government created the list to promote the small and picturesque French villages of quality heritage. Continue Reading →

1 In Culinary Experiences

Restaurant Review Of La Felicità, Paris

La Felicita entrance-Review of La Felicità, Paris

During my last trip to France, I had lunch at what is considered to be Europe’s largest restaurant. I haven’t made a decision yet on whether my dining experience was fabulous, great, good, or mediocre.  Perhaps I should have eaten more. I can, however, share my restaurant review of La Felicità Paris: my meal and the venue. Continue Reading →

0 In Arts and Entertainment/ Outdoor Experiences

Exploring The Caves at Aven d’Orgnac

La Grotte-Aven d'Orgnac-Caves at Aven d’Orgnac

The Ardèche region, often overlooked by visitors to France, is located in the southeastern area. It has the largest canyon in Europe, numerous opportunities for outdoor activities (ie. kayaking under Pont d’Arc), and villages designated “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France” (most beautiful villages of France). But what really stands out are the prehistoric sites and caves, some dating back over 35,000 years. The most famous: the caves at Aven d’Orgnac. Continue Reading →