Red, White, Yellow, Blue & Green – adventures in color
What happens when little brother tags along
Scene – Sebastien’s car, Paris Sebastien – Do you like hip-hop? BAA – Yes, I’m a big Jay-Z fan. Sebastien – Oh, he said somewhat disapprovingly. I prefer West Coast rap. BAA – Ah, of course. Have you ever been to the US? Sebastien – Oui, I went to Compton! BAA – I’ve been to …
After falling in love with the Amalfi Coast, Naples/Sorrento, Pompeii, Rome, Tuscany and Cinque Terre, I just knew the lovefest would continue at our last stop, St. Tropez. From what I’d read about St. Tropez, I half expected scantily clad, oiled up celebrities to meet me at the port and drive me (in a convertible) …
Christmastime in the City of Lights
What a difference a year makes
80,000 miles in 4 minutes
Fresh, local seafood at the market in St. Tropez, France.
Angie Away’s airport report card
2010 was a roller coaster from start to finish.
You may be wondering who in the world Sebastien is and how I ended up in his car.
I just wanted to plant my tush in the sand, stare at the sea and zone out with my copy of The Lost Girls.
I’m more worn out now than I was when I left New York – some vacation! Today we walked about 36 miles and climbed a few mountains of stairs. Luckily we were able to load up on calories (nutella/banana crepes, to start) so we didn’t get fatigued from hunger. Only when I missed the step …
It’s hard for me to accept that there are some things in life I’ll never be good at. Breakdancing. Public speaking. Running fast. And here’s another for the list: using antique keys to open doors in Paris. There’s definitely a knack to operating ancient locks & keys in this city… and I’ve never had it. 1998 …
Yop (my favorite drinkable yogurt is now Rae’s favorite drinkable yogurt)