April 11, 2016 12:16pm CST
As promised, I've taken lots of pictures from my trip to France. I've been compiling them into a format that I can upload more than one to myLot I've done well and end up with 2 in pictures in one go! I've just added the frames and did no photoshop at all! Looking through the photos it's amazing why I haven't been to France more often. They just reminded me of all the fairy tales I've read as a child. Have you been to France? Do you like French food? Can you speak French? Where would you like to go next for your vacation?
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• United States
13 Apr 16
@Drosophila I'm so glad you gave us something other than the Eiffel Tower, too. :) I'm sure it's amazing in person, but I've seen way too many pictures of that. It's nice seeing where real people live and something other than a big city. When I was in Italy, I went in search of a real neighborhood and found on in Florence, tucked away where most tourists don't see. And it was a breath of fresh air! :)
13 Apr 16
@CRK109 Totally, actually the place on the left is kinda famous in a way. Picture on the left is a medieval village called loches. It was where Charles VII of France stayed when Joan De Arc came to convince him to take the throne. There is also this beautiful cathedral built in the 1500.. most picturesque place. Florence is beautiful! actually Italy is just amazing too :D
18 Apr 16
Though I do still remember a little French I had in school and living in NB, it's our French, which isn't completely the same, and I've never been to France, but those pictures are really beautiful, and yeh those were my thoughts too, like a fairy tale.
12 Apr 16
Definitely do! can you believe it, the flight is 20USD each way! This place is called Loire Valley, has 72 châteaus Picture on the left is a medieval village called loches. It was where Charles VII of France stayed when Joan De Arc came to convince him to take the throne
• United States
11 Apr 16
We haven't been to France. Don't think I have ever eaten true French food, though I like croissants which I think are from there. I took one year of French in middle school and didn't do so well with it. My husband can speak it. We've never been worldly traveler's, though there are a few places we would love to see. There's so much of our country that we want to see, perhaps one day. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures with us. Happy you got the chance to visit France. Have a blessed afternoon