Frog legs, champagne, wine, baguettes. How does the world see France? Check out this cheeky video that explains the true nature of France from an outsider’s point of view. It’s all true. Especially the wine and champagne part. Well, in our house at least. English Version: French version: These guys also made the anniversary video… Read more »
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Artist, Alberto Giacometti, had a different life, philosophy and history before his bronze sculptures became an international success and challenged the way we see the world. The Beyeler Foundation, near Basel, Switzerland, hosted an exceptional retrospective, curated by Ulf Küster, with over 100 pieces starting with Giacometti’s humble beginnings as a student artist in Switzerland…. Read more »
This is my husband, Franck, breaking in the 2010/11 snowboarding season here in Annecy. I filmed the action with a small Flip camera. Love that thing! I got in a few rides, but the powder was so thick that I kept getting stuck. We were talking about hitting this particular patch of hill for the… Read more »
Since people are on the road and in the skies during the holidays, I thought I’d post how airline services have evolved over the years. I flew on one United Airlines flight from Jacksonville to San Diego. Never again. I’m a little over 5 feet tall and even I was cramped. I prefer to fly… Read more »
I spent two weeks spanning October and November in northern Italy. I visited a good friend and sorority sister, Carolina, who recently gave birth to she and her husband’s first born son, Nick. I thought the occasion would be great to both visit Carolina and meet Nick and to visit Italy for the first time.