Friday Heirloom 2018

Friday Heirloom 78: Musée des Beaux-Arts, Bordeaux

Check out the Highlights of November here I'm not happy with one color... I want a rainbow (although sometimes I do find satisfaction through the lens of my shiny white wine glass!) Cover Photo: Expo Matisse at the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Bordeaux  Who needs Paris when you have Bordeaux? Situated in the South East of France, Bordeaux… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 78: Musée des Beaux-Arts, Bordeaux

Friday Heirloom 2018

Friday Heirloom 77: Château de la Tour de By, France

Check out the Highlights of November here Your life is a Bohemian Rhapsody... The Chateau de la Tour de By is located in the North of Bordeaux, precisely in the Médoc region, and is a family estate of 94 hectares cultivating the following grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. The property employs about 30 people.… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 77: Château de la Tour de By, France

Friday Heirloom 2018

Friday Heirloom 76: La Dune Du Pilat, France

Check out the Highlights of November here Why walk if you can fly?  Once upon a time, in a faraway land kissed by the Atlantic Ocean, there was a girl in a myriad of colors. The land's name is, of course, the bay of Arcachon and the set of colors was the one surrounding an enchanting… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 76: La Dune Du Pilat, France

Friday Heirloom 2018

Friday Heirloom 75: The Life of a Musaller

Check out the Highlights of November here If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun. Musallers stop to smell the flowers. Berkeley Rose Garden, 2016 (Writing this article from iPad has been a bit of a challenge, as I'm currently on vacation in Arcachon - I therefore apologize for any errors in formatting)… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 75: The Life of a Musaller