Posts tagged with ‘European travel’

  • 2011 Books In Review Part 2 of 5: French Life

    This week, I'm sharing the 21 books I've read in 2011. Yesterday, I shared the books I've read on the…

  • Video & Photo Journal: Gruyere, Switzerland

    Last Sunday, my friends T & C brought Mr J and I along for a day trip throughout Switzerland. We…

  • Cavalaire-Sur-Mer: A Tradition In Mediterranean Tourism

    I’m sure you’ve been wondering where exactly I’ve been during my vacation. I’ve been going here for at least 10…

  • Want To Find A Job In Europe? Speak Three Languages

    I’ve been living in France for two years now and during this time, I’ve had the chance to look at…

  • Photo Journal: Geneva In The Spring

    In the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love. -Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1842

  • Photo Journal: United Nations, Geneva Switzerland

    I was honored with a behind the scenes tour led by my friend, Thomas Hornisberger, Chief of the Bindery Unit…

  • Editorial – European Countries To Immigrants: Learn Our Language Or Leave

    The Netherlands has recently passed laws requiring foreigners who wish to become citizens to pass a language and culture exam.…

  • Test Your Knowledge on Europe And European Men With Katherine Chloe Cahoon

    Author of the book The Single Girl’s Guide To Meeting European Men Katherine Chloe Cahoon goes into the public to…

  • Behind The Scenes: Provencal Recipes From Provence and Côte D’Azur (Part 2)

    Chef and author, Andy Brabon, invited me to cover his photo shoot and sample recipes from his upcoming book Provencal…

  • Italy Has No Amore For The Jersey Shore

    Don Kaplan at the New York Post quoted some interesting statements from various commenters and Italian news syndicates about the…