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Paris Day 2: Musée National du Moyen-Âge & Arènes de Lutèce

After our semi-stressful Day One that involved waiting two hours to meet up and then five hours at a café to set up in our Air BnB, we dipped our toes in the water instead of jumping right in.  1,185 more words

France

SAHAGUN: In the same way, one ought to visit the remains of the blessed martyrs, Facundus and Primitivus whose basilica was erected by Charlemagne.

Sahagún lies on the banks of the Cea river on the Castilian meseta between Fromistá and León. The rather empty and desolate place today belies its medieval status as one of the most important monastic centres in twelfth century Spain. 297 more words

Pilgrimage

A PREVIEW OF...SHE DREW THE GUN'S TOUR

SHE DREW THE GUN have announced details of their biggest headline tour to date. Running from March 23rd to March 31st, the Wirral four-piece will visit the likes of  162 more words

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[Recap] Winterlicious 2016 - Cluny Bistro

It looks like Cluny continues to be a crowd favourite every licious event! There’s always more people who want to come and try it out, and as a place with consistently good food and just such a unique beautiful environment, I just couldn’t turn down another Cluny outing to introduce more people to this place! 801 more words

Foodie

Faces of Paris

Dreams of humanity. A photo expo on the banks of the Seine. By Reza and Ali bin Thalith. Summer 2015.

A Middle-Ages face. 12th or 13th century. 238 more words

Martin-onraet

CLUNY BISTRO - Toronto

My co-workers and I descended on Cluny Bistro in Toronto, Canada to celebrate the holiday season with a festive luncheon in Toronto’s Distillery District. This adorable restaurant offers upscale-casual french cuisine in a steam-punk meets Rue Cambon setting. 272 more words

Food Blog

Historic Houses

As I walked the length of the Derwent River, occasionally I passed 19th century heritage buildings: some were falling down and others existed in various states of restoration.  510 more words

Derwent River