When Can We Travel Again?
When can we travel again? That is the question on many people’s minds. We all crave returning to beloved locations or to get on with our bucket lists and adventures. I’ve heard from many who want to know when they can fulfill their European travel dreams. When we can travel and when we should travel will be determined by many factors, including the rate at which vaccinations are administered, variant strain spread, and other key indicators. I’ve assembled a couple of resources to
Martinmas / St. Martin’s Day
This year, thanks to my grandson’s kindergarten class, we’ve started a new tradition. That of doing a Lantern Walk on Martinmas or St. Martin’s Day. St. Martin of Tours (France) lived in the 4th Century. As a young man, he was a Roman soldier. On a cold and snowy night in November, as he rode into a city, he came upon a beggar, huddled by the city gates, who had very little clothing and was certainly not in any shape to
Oven Dried Tomatoes and Courgettes
When I think of food in France, particularly Provence in the summer, I think of fresh, simple, and healthy. I was able to make such a dish several years ago, Oven Dried Tomatoes and Courgettes (zucchini), that turned out to be the perfect complement to go with my sea bass and contributed to a delightful evening spent at a 16th Century chateau in rural France near Grenoble. My former husband and business partner and I had happened upon this chateau that
You Never Know Where the Road Will Lead
You never know where the road will lead. As the year draws to a close, European adventures from earlier in 2019 are warm memories. It’s also the time for a brisk up-tick in tour inquiries for the following year and beyond. Some will book with a customized trip all their own with My European Vacation, others might decide to go a different route, or to postpone their European travel plans altogether. Those that do decide to travel with My European Vacation