The next morning, our quest for wildlife continued. Continue reading “National Museum of Wildlife Art – A Must See!”
La Ferme Saint Siméon is a luxury 5-star hotel in Honfleur. Continue reading “La Ferme Saint Simeon, France”
Saturday is market day in Honfleur.
And that means fresh seafood Continue reading “Market Day in Honfleur, France”
We love Bayeux for the following reasons:
Opening any guide book of France, you won’t find much information on Rennes. This is because the capital city of Brittany suffered a great deal during World War II and much of it had to be rebuilt. A fire in 1720 also destroyed most of its timbered houses, sparing a few.
It is true I don’t write enough about Seattle. I figured everyone else has already done that. Only this past Sunday when the rain finally stopped, I decided to venture out and play tourist for a day.
First things first, a good lunch at the Pike Place Market Atrium Kitchen.
It was a dark and stormy night.
Obuse, in Nagano prefecture, is known for Hokusai and chestnuts.
Katsushika Hokusai is a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period. Hokkusai started painting when he was six years old and produced up to 30,000 art works during his lifetime. He is known to have influenced Van Gogh and Monet and has a strong impact on the formulation of Art Nouveau in Europe.
Susukino (すすきの) is a red-light district in Sapporo, teeming with restaurants, bars, and hotels. During the Sapporo Snow Festival, Susukino turns into an ice world where ice sculptures line up along the street.
Some of this year’s ice sculptures are: Continue reading “Sapporo Snow Festival – Susukino Ice World”