The other day I stumbled upon an article on The Telegraph about the hot destinations for 2016. Already? But we still have a lot of time until Christmas. Wait a minute! Christmas is around the corner! And with Christmas comes the urge to review all the things we’ve done and all the things we want to do next year. Travelwise, our year has been completely different from what we planned. Look at this article we posted on December 2015… We never travelled to Mallorca or Rome, but we did manage to visit Stockholm. Only in March, not in Summer. And we did visit Berlín and Seville but this year we won’t be able to visit London in Christmas.
Who hasn’t dreamt about a romantic Parisian getaway in Autumn? I know, I know, it’s a cliché… but wouldn’t it be nice? The faded light, the warm croissants, the cold sunsets… But for those who prefer travelling off the beaten track, there’s more to France than Paris. That’s why we’ve put up a list of other French destinations just as charming but not so crowded.
We continue our search for the most charming places to spend an unforgettable Summer in Europe. Today we travel to the Isle of Harris, in Scotland.
This week we are in the mood for France. The Cannes Film Festival has made us miss the allure of our neighbour country. Even though the Côte d’Azur has always been the most popular sea side French destination, we have always prefered the charming Bretagne. Like all good love stories, our fascination with Bretagne started with a book, the story of Mont Saint-Michel. I always pictured this area in Winter, with a mysterious mist. But I think it would be wonderful for a relaxing Spring getaway. Sun, sea breeze, crepes and… lots of stripes, mais bien sûr!!