Europe is in a state of trauma, as it stands united against one of the most horrific, dangerous and radical terrorist groups of all time.
The French people have specifically been subjected to some of the worst atrocities within its own borders since WWII. … More A Shining Beacon of Hope
We recently woke up in Arras an hour south of Calais and had a realisation. I really like France!
This was quite an epiphany for me, as I have always discounted France as a favourite as it is just well France. I think it has a lot to do with my childhood and the reoccurring family holidays to Normandy and Brittany. It wasn’t that they weren’t beautiful and fun, but I just didn’t want t be there – I wanted to be in America. I had also visited Paris on numerous occasions with school and work, and had enjoyed them but not as much as recently. … More A French Epiphany
After the horrific events in Paris this week, A Wandering Memory thoughts are with the all the families and friends of those effected by such barbaric actions.
Having had the privilege of visiting the beautiful city of Paris on many occasions – we are fully behind the french people as they come to terms with the inflicted trauma. … More Paris – Our thoughts are with you!
Being bought up in the UK, we are very lucky to have access to some of Europe’s greatest most iconic cities, Rome, Berlin, Amsterdam, Dublin, Barcelona and of course Paris. Paris is extremely accessible from London, and has become even more since the Euro-tunnel opened. On occasion if you look hard enough and research enough … More Tranquility – Paris at night