Stroll at Digoine Castle

Go back in time, get lost in the counts’ and countesses’ stories, enjoy an explosion of cultures in the same and unique place, gaze at its typically French garden, its quintessentially English park and its Italian little theatre… very simply…

Our marathon in London…

Hi guys, It’s been a week now that I’m back in France after loads of walking and flat hunting in London. But fortunately, my future flatmate Mayanne (who also happens to be French and from Burgundy) and I eventually found…

Trip to London (July 2015)

Just a little summary of last week’s three-day trip to London…

#BestBritSelfie competition !

The reason I chose Covent Garden to take this selfie is simply because it is, with the West End, my favourite place to be in London. It’s constantly blooming with artists and dreamers, who manage to take you to another universe…

A trip to Celtic Mont-Saint-Vincent

I’ll count to three. Ready? One… Two… Three. Now, close your eyes. Listen to the wind and feel its pure and powerful air whispering to your ears the sweet melody of this Celtic capital, built around the 4th century B.C.…

Cannes

Hey friends! Happy Monday! As you might have seen on Instagram or Facebook, I found some old family travel photos this weekend and I started gathering some to create new posts for my TRAVEL section :)! Today, I’m very excited…

An afternoon in the park (Parc de la Verrerie & Jardin des Terrasses)

Jardin des Terrasses… Located opposite the Parc de la Verrerie, the Jardin des Terrasses is a wasteland, filled with the industrial vestiges of the past. ‘In front of the castle, there was a platform overlooking the blast furnaces as well…

A Walk Around the Village of Gourdon

The other day, as part of my journalistic journey, I went to the lovely village of Gourdon to get some information about a few local producers, all gathered on that day on the occasion of a market dedicated to local agriculture workers…