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Abbey of St Savin

In the past, I never really paid attention to the UNESCO designation, but it does provide some focus and ideas when you’re not certain what to see in an area.  417 more words

American Ex-Pat In France

A Tour of Tours

When I first moved to France, PB and I were discussing my choice to live in the Civray area.  At the time, PB thought I was a little crazy and I mentioned that I liked Toulouse, but I would never want to move further from the CDG airport because I enjoy International travel so much.  877 more words

American Ex-Pat In France

My Camino: Day 31 - The End of the Road

Well here we are – at the end of the road for this pilgrim. Two years ago I watched a stupid movie and the next thing you know I’m telling folks I’m going to walk across Spain just like Martin Sheen did in “The Way.” 1,183 more words

Camino De Santiago

My Camino: Day 30 - It's Almost Over

This time tomorrow – barring a catastrophe – I should be strutting my big ass (well not as big as it was) into Santiago de Compostela having walked some 500 miles from St Jean Pied de Port, France. 523 more words

Camino De Santiago

My Camino: Day 29 - This Is Making Me Sick

Well this sucks to high heaven.

There I was enjoying my little stroll here on the Camino Frances about 30 miles from Santiago de Compostela, enjoying a great conversation with George and Mark, a couple from Cape Cod, when all of a sudden I needed alone time. 239 more words

Camino De Santiago

My Camino: Day 28 - It's Getting Crowded

I just couldn’t write yesterday – the news from Las Vegas was too upsetting.

I left the town of Sarria this morning, still saddened by the Vegas news, and the news of the death of Tom Petty. 842 more words

Camino De Santiago

My Camino: Day 26 - Does This Add Up?

I like to pride myself on knowing a lot about very little. I get the big themes, but most of the time I can’t be bothered learning the minutiae. 784 more words

Camino De Santiago