Tag Archives: Paris
The Church at Auvers, a painting by Van Gogh hanging in the Musee d’Orsay, Paris
My first foreign jaunt since the first lockdown so me & Mrs Wilbur venture to France on Eurostar in November. We were met at St. Pancras with monster queues due to the extra checks and the fact that only 2 people were manning the French passport control. This led to a departure delayed by 30-minutes. […]
Having clocked up a fair few overseas train journeys since 1987, I undertook my first for two years last weekend. Arriving by Eurostar, it was a short walk from Paris Gare du Nord to Gard de L’est before taking the slick SNCF train the one-hour forty minutes to Nancy in Lorraine. I will blog some […]
Montmartre is my favourite place to stay in Paris and the Sacre Coeur is literally the heart of the area. I hope it won’t be much longer before we view this welcome sight again.
Budapest plays host to the crucial match between the finalists from Euro 2016 France The Musée D’Orsay in Paris is my favourite art gallery in the world. Housed in the marvellous from Paris to Orleans railway station on the Left Bank of La Seine, it is choc full of famous paintings by the likes of […]
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It is great news that we seem to be drawing a little closer to all being vaccinated against Covid-19. However, if you are like me, I will be cautious before I rush out and book any of the trips that I would love to make to far flung places. Luckily in the UK we have […]
Europe is a wonderful continent. Culturally & geographically diverse and incredibly easy to navigate from the Arctic to the Mediterranean or even the Atlantic to the Pacific. The best way to explore the region is by train with a vast network of train tracks criss-crossing the continent, connecting amazing cities and countries. Arm yourself with […]
Paris is known as the city of romance and I wouldn’t argue with that. I just loved the togetherness of this couple that I took in Montmartre several years ago.