Tag Archives: things to see

Thank you Strasbourg

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for a sunny day and filterless pics

Cathedral
Place Gutenberg
Batorama
Place Kleber

for my comfy stay at Villa La Florangerie

Villa La Florangerie

days of productive meetings with my superb colleagues, new and renewed work connections;

for my superb reunions with my favourite patisserie and chocolaterie owner @patisserie_francois (their vienoiseries are the best, I dare keep saying it)

And the skillful hands of my wonderful reflexologist Joëlle Michelon at http://www.reflexologie-strasbourg.com/

Thanks to all gardeners who keep Orangerie impecable and lovely to enjoy.

Parc de l’Orangerie

Thank you to all who cooked our meals @acantinacompoircorse, @arnauld and @lafignette. And, naturally, for the best to my taste chocolate @maisoncaffet.

The ristretto @cdgairport was a good final note on this trip, served with the sound of a hearty laughter of the barrista.

Merci beaucoup et a la prochaine!

Queens and balconies

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Once upon a time here lived queen Darejan, a mother of 23 girls and boys. Her king built a palace for her on the incline to Sachino. She was also a builder and she furthered it to its glory of the XVIII century.

She fought for whom she loved. She lived the best she could in those troublesome times, and saw her end on Earth in exile on foreign cold land.

Today we can take the same walking paths she took thanks to the reconstruction funded by tax payers of Georgia. And we can admire the city from the beautiful blue framed balcony, perhaps from the exact same spot the queen used to.

Thank you Munich

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Thank you Munich

for your rainy-sunny late August days,

a pleasant walk in your zoo

the wonders of the Deutsches Museum, where we learned by playing about science and progress, from mining to astronomy:

your biggest public park in Europe: the English Gartden of Munchen where you can watch surfers, have a beer next to a Chinese Tour, enjoy a ride in a 100 year old carousel or just enjoy a walk