Ever since our first experiment with AirBnB (where we snagged a New York City...
After seeing countless renditions of Monet’s water lilies on museum walls, we finally laid our eyes on the real thing.
We thought we were alone in the wilderness. Not completely, of course. We knew there were others out there like us. But never did we think that a post-apocalyptic cable show featuring walking corpses had a fighting chance to appeal to anything more than a niche audience. How wrong we were.
Since launching this blog in 2010, we’ve told plenty of tales and posted plenty of photographs. One of the things that’s always been missing, though, is a centralized place to display our best images. That is until now. Today we’re introducing a gallery mosaic page populated with 184 of our favorite photos. It’s a one-stop visual smorgasbord chronicling four years of continuous travel.
You’ll find the new gallery under the Photos menu above or you can just click here.
Its familiar silhouette beckoned us in pictures and postcards for as long as we can remember. In some ways this walled city that appears to have sprouted from a rocky outcropping off the Normandy Coast is as much a symbol of France as is the Eiffel tower. And yet, somehow, we had never seen it with our own eyes before. On our latest trip back to France we were determined to change that.