Labyrinth pavement at Chartres Cathedral, France. This huge limestone labyrinth was laid in floor of nave at Chartres towards end of rebuilding of cathedral after fire of 1194.#archaeohistories pic.twitter.com/fqy5tCZk1N— Archaeo - Histories (@archeohistories) July 24, 2022 … [Read more...] about Labyrinth pavement at Chartres Cathedral, France
Saint-Émilion is all about wine: growing grapes, wine-making, wine-trading and wine drinking. … [Read more...] about Saint-Émilion, France
How can you avoid looking like a tourist in France?When asked at couture shows in Paris, locals almost always had the same answer about what pieces scream "American" to them: leggings. https://t.co/5Yar7t7M4e— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 10, 2022 … [Read more...] about How to avoid looking like a tourist in France?
The Loire is loved for its whites, but it also makes excellent reds https://t.co/tmGk7g70C4— The Guardian (@guardian) July 10, 2022 … [Read more...] about The Loire is loved for its wines
Angers is a bustling French city with the medieval architecture. … [Read more...] about Photo of the Day: Angers, France
Auray is the small charming picturesque village, the very representation of Bretagne, with cobbled streets, timbered houses, flower-decorated windows and patisseries. Supermarkets and mini markets are just a ten minute walk away along the river and there are plenty of shops along the way if you feel the need to get some shopping done. … [Read more...] about Auray, Brittany, France
Angers, a perfect place to start before exploring the Loire Valley. And if you’re feeling hungry, this medium French town is well worth a visit for some fine dining and some of the best mussels and wine you’ll have ever tasted! … [Read more...] about View of Angers and the Maine river