The Friesland is a region of the North of Germany. There are the isles along the coast like a snake. The landscape is very smooth, no hights, a lot of green, prairies, kettle, small cities and villages with red brick houses. You should definitely taste cake or a freshly prepared sandwich in a coffeeshop. Our … Continue reading Friesland
Every last weekend of July Bad Kissingen hosts the Rakoczy Fest. The festival lasts during 3 days. The highlight is the parade on Sunday and finishing the festival with big fireworks in the evening. The festival tells part of the city's life as a cultural and health center of Germany in the 19th century. A … Continue reading Rakoczy Fest 2017
On our way back from the North we quit the highway for a break. As I had never visited Göttingen, I was happy to spend some time in this beautiful city. You can judge by the pics that the city center is quite well preserved with a lot of beautiful ancient buildings.
Tonight hubby invited me for a lovely diner on the summit of the Feuerberg. I appreciate so much the rustic interior of this pub. The meals are simple yet delicious. It's typical Bavarian dishes.
You can do amazing hiking trips here in the North of Bavaria. The highest summits almost reach 1000m altitude. We did a fabulous trip starting right off from our house in Stangenroth, climbing up to the Schwarze Berge, first stop at the Würzburger Haus, then in the shadows of the woods to the Kissinger Hütte. … Continue reading Hiking trip Rhön
I guess I already wrote a post about the Château de Beaumesnil. It's one of my favourite castles. So I don't mind returning. The gardens are spacious and offer wonderful perspectives of the castle. There you can even admire a 19th century freezer. Yesssss I don't joke. A freezer had been built with really thick … Continue reading Château de Beaumesnil
How about studying the Kamasutra in Paris? I stumbled upon those wall decoration when walking in the Marais.
My daughter Capucine succeded in getting employed as a public agent. So we decided on a Parisian day to celebrate her employment. First stop : Happy Day Diner It's an all American diner. You even can have vegetarian burgers. 🍔 This is a Hawaiian menu with pineapple and Sprite added with cherry syrup. If you like, … Continue reading Paris with Capucine
If you visit Paris and you want a real French breakfast, I suggest you go to Paul. Paul is a French bakery offering wonderful bread and pastries. Their shops are decorated in a retrostyle way. You can find them in many areas in Paris.
Yes you can emerge yourself in Japanese culture and food in the heart of Paris! Go to Rue Sainte Anne, only 5 minutes from the Opera Garnier. Look at the red tag to find the street. There are a lot of restaurants to eat traditional Japanese food, but also supermarkets and homedeco shops. We had … Continue reading Japan in Paris