MONT-ST. MICHEL May 11th 2012 Because of my cracked rib or ribs as the case may be, I did not sleep all that well, but it did allow me to get this great picture of Chateaux Chambord at 6 am. I am not sure the picture does it justice; it was a pretty amazing site with the low fog surrounding the Chateaux.
We skipped breakfast and opted for food on the go, which was a great plan as there was a small patisserie in a village o ... read more
Europe » France » Lower Normandy » Mont Saint-Michel Although ultimately a victor in World Wars I and II, France suffered extensive losses in its empire, wealth, manpower, and rank as a dominant nation-state. Nevertheless, France today is one of the most modern countries in the world and is a leader am... ... read more
My name is Chris Wright, my partner and I are passionate about traveling and food. I am an attorney/cpa and also own a small in-home dinning catering business. My partner is a designer/event planner. When we travel our goal is to get a real feel for the place we are visiting. We do not just visit the main attractions but get off the beaten path, try to expereience what the locals expereience. We have a great respect for other clutures, history and food we try to work all of this into our travel expereience. I started this Blog to share our experiences in hopes that others might have a be... full info