I just spent a wonderful week on the Cote D’Azur! We stayed in Antibes and went on some great excursions. Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul de Vence is a family owned collection which includes work by Alexander Calder, Georges Braque, Joan Miro and many more. We then drove to the charming town of Saint-Agnes, perched on the top of a hill overlooking the Mediterranean. I’m already looking forward to my next trip! If you want to see more of my pictures, click here.
I just had a wonderful day out in Cambridge! We went to the Fitzwilliam Museum, had a delicious lunch at Pint Shop, and wondered around the colleges (the ones we could get into)!
I spent a few days in the New Forest (a heathland and forest in south-west Hampshire) over New Years which was lovely. The weather wasn’t great, but I managed to get out for a spectacular walk along the coast line and have a fun New Year’s Eve in the charming village, Milford on Sea. I also went to Salisbury, the cathedral city in Wiltshire. Salisbury Cathedral was built from 1220 to 1258 and has the tallest church spire in the UK. It contains the world’s oldest working clock (from AD 1386) and has the best surviving copy of the Magna Carta. This little excursion was a great way to start 2016!
I had a great couple of days in Copenhagen last week. A visit to the beautiful Louisiana Museum to see the Yayoi Kusama exhibition, interesting new nordic cuisine and great views of the city.
I just got back from a wonderful holiday in Maine and Boston. The weather was great, the food was delicious, there were lots of great outdoor activities and the company was perfect!
I just got back from a wonderful holiday on the Cote d’Azur. We stayed in the charming town of Antibes and drove to Nice, Monaco, Eze, Saint Paul de Vence, among other towns. The food and rose wine is delicious, the landscape is beautiful and I was with great company. I can’t wait to go again!
The Lares Valley trek was spectacular, with amazing mountain scenery, alpine lakes, waterfalls and herds of llamas. We started in the small village of Huaran and ended our hike in the hot springs just outside of Lares. We crossed paths with locals, saw stone houses covered with thatched roofs and took in the beautiful landscape. From there we took the train to Machu Picchu village (Aguas Calientes) and then a bus up to the Inca site. Built around 1450, it was abandoned about a century later at the time of the Spanish Conquest. It remained unknown until 1911 when American historian Hiram Bingham discovered the forgotten city. It’s a really special place and I would highly recommend not only Machu Picchu but Peru!
I just got back from an amazing trip to Peru. We started in Lima and visited the Convento de San Francisco and the Plaza de Armas. We had a delicious lunch at Museo Larco and walked around the museum and beautiful garden, definitely the highlight of Lima! After just enough time in the capital, we flew to Cusco, which is about 11,200 ft. It’s a wonderful place with a beautiful cathedral, Inca foundations throughout the city and women in traditional Peruvian dress.
I had a WONDERFUL weekend in The Cotswolds. We rented a car and drove to some of the most charming towns, Stow on the Wold, Chipping Camden, Broadway, Winchcombe, Cirencester, Tetbury, and Lacock. We walked through fields of sheep, stopped at farm stands and ate delicious food. It was a lovely weekend!
I had a wonderful weekend with friends in a cottage in Camber, a small town located behind sand dunes and near Rye, on the south-east coast of England. It was wet and cold but we had a great time!