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Viaduc d'Austerlitz over the River Seine

The Viaduc d’Austerlitz is the second longest single span bridge in Paris that passes over the River Seine and was designed by Louis Biette.

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Colmar, France's "Little Venice"

Leaving the Alsatian Wine Route, we headed towards France’s “Little Venice,” Colmar.  Arriving at the Old Town, the colorful storefronts are absolutely stunning under the beautiful blue sky.   505 more words


Le Batofar at Port de la Gare

Looking along Port de la Gare this photo shows Le Batofar moored up with its quayside terrace for people to utilise.

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May 26, 1755: Read His French Lips

Louis Mandrin was to France what Robin Hood was to England and Rob Roy to Scotland. Having served in the war of 1740 in a light brigade noted for undertaking dangerous missions to surprise the enemy, he was life idle and without income by peace, which made a remarkable appearance in 1748. 263 more words

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Travelogue: Peaceful Geneva and Mesmerizing Paris

We passed by Montreux, a place known for holiday resorts for the rich. The main attraction there is the Chillon Castle, a historic castle in Lake Geneva which is probably the most visited attraction of the country. 2,358 more words


Food Waste - A growing problem of the world! Do you have any solution?

I have been thinking to write about this from a long time but thought I am not an expert to speak on this matter. Though, I have changed my mind today. 369 more words



A very good morning to all of you! Are you rested and ready for a brand new week? I’m sure as hell am! It’s has been a few days since my weekend getaway to Paris. 173 more words