Category Archives: Train Stations

Overview of Three Weeks in Rome and Venice Italy

After our month-long trip in July of 2016, we decided that we wanted to do another long trip like that.  This time, for the last three weeks of October, we visited Italy – one week staying at a Hilton Garden … Continue reading

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Our Daytrip to Colmar, France on Fête Nationale 2017

During most of our week in Strasbourg, Therese was in workshops with her company and its client, while I was free to roam about and explore.  Toward the end of the week, though, her workshop finished and we had the … Continue reading

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Hanging Out in Gare de l’Est Train Station in Paris

Normally, I would not want to hang out in a train station for long.  And truth be told, we wouldn’t have stayed in Gare de l’Est for even an hour if things had gone our way (more on that later). … Continue reading

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Gare Rive Droite Rouen Our Gateway to Paris and Bayeux

None of us travel with the idea of getting to be experts on the airports and train stations. But the fact is that knowing your way around those places can make your travel time go smoother, and thus take a … Continue reading

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France and Bulgaria Month-long Vacation Overview

It’s been a while, I know.  We were on vacation for a whole month, and between the preparation before, the vacation itself, and the recovery time after (jet lag, ugh), I have been out of the habit of regular blogging … Continue reading

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Gare de L’Est and Gare St. Lazare, Paris: From One to the Other

I am eager to tell you all about what Therese and I did in Rouen, France during our recent trip.  However, I feel like it might be helpful to first give you some insight into how we got from Reims, … Continue reading

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The Dairy Free Traveler’s Guide to Getting to Mont Saint Michel

The most challenging part of our recent trip to France was the day Therese and I spent traveling from Rouen to Mont Saint Michel.  I’ll start out by telling you that, though the day started out pretty shaky, by the … Continue reading

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