Category Archives: France

Eating Out in France (Part 2): The French Meal and Other Tips

In our last blog post (Part 1), we discussed the different types of eating establishments in France and what you can expect at the three daily meals.  In Part 2, we’ll look more closely at lunch and dinner and offer … Continue reading

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Gems of the Dordogne

Anne & Kirk Woodyard – Music and Markets Tours Through verdant fields, rolling hills, and a shadowed forest we drive, coming out into the light of the golden village of Cadouin, famed for its abbey and cloister. Pass through the … Continue reading

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The Circular Polarizer – A Photographer’s Friend or Foe?

On the photo tours that my wife Magrit and I conduct in Europe, our participants are often uncertain about the use of polarizers. In this article, you will learn when to use a polarizer to enhance the quality of your images, … Continue reading

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