Historic Heart of Paris
Medieval Gothic churches: the resilient and legendary Notre-Dame and the exquisite Sainte-Chapelle, and Latin Quarter
Montmartre, Seine Cruise, and Sacré-Cœur Basilica.
Marais District and the Louvre
Europe's greatest museum where with the works of Raphael, Delacroix, and Leonardo and timeless treasures including the Mona Lisa, Winged Victory, Venus de Milo, and hundreds more.
Château de Versailles
The elaborate palace that Louis XIV, XV, and XVI called home. Dazzling Hall of Mirrors and other sumptuous rooms of the palace
Masterpieces of Paris
The Orsay Museum, home to the world's greatest collection of Impressionist art with works from Monet and Degas to Cézanne and Gauguin and beyond
The Orangerie Museum, featuring Monet's magnificent water lilies and other fine works by Renoir, Matisse, Picasso, and more.
Loved it! French family, chic resorts, delicious seafood, café, cappuccino, old villages, music, love, bling, beautiful scenery, wide sweeping bay and golden beaches! My second home!
This spiritual journey was not only for me but for my mother who recently passed away. She always wished to visit Israel; nevertheless, she was with me the whole time. This was a cathartic experience; tears of love, peace and happiness flowed when I was at the Wailing Wall/Western Wall, crossing the Sea of Galilee and Baptism in the Jordan River. Each site I visited brought me closer and closer to God, my Lord and Savior.
The devotional guidance was tremendous, which took me on a biblical as well as a historical journey. Reading biblical verses in reference to several sites set the tone. “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” (Psalm 119:105) On the tour bus, we sung, praised, and worshipped in spirit and truth.
The journey was incredible, spectacular and simply a blessing. It gave me new meaning to my life and also a different perspective about the tension between factions. I heard the facts and both sides before judging. It takes a lot of energy to hate and less to love. “And now abides faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.” (Corinthians 13:13)
At the end of this journey, I am still singing: “What a Mighty God we Serve.” “Worthy is the Lamb.” “This is the Air I Breathe,” "Oh Happy Day," and “You Are the Living Word.” One word sums up this experience/journey, WOW!
Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, Franz Kafka Museum, St. Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge
Great coffee places: Muj salek kavy, Café Lounge, and I Need Coffee, EMA Espresso Bar
St. Stephen's Cathedral, Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna Secession, Burgtheater, Hofburg Palace and Schonbrunn Palace. Coffee is not only drunk in Vienna, it is also roasted here. "Vienna without coffee would be like a latte without foam."
Royal Palace, Holmenkollen, Bygdoy Island and the beautiful, breathtaking Fjords
Norwegians love their coffee and artisan coffee bars are not the place to ask for decaf. Recommended coffee scenes in Oslo: Tim Wendelboe, Mocca Kaffebar & Brenneri, Stockfleths Lille Grensen
Famous sites: Pont des Amours (the lover’s bridge), the Imperial Palace, the baroque Cathedral of Saint-Pierre and Rue Royale with great shopping, dining and people-watching. Stop in Cafe les Ducs (Cafe of the Dukes) for cappuccino.
Take a night stroll in the gardens, a magical atmosphere. Before or after, have tea or coffee at Douce Heure.
You can sit back and relax , treat yourself to cakes, pastries, homemade ice cream or a cup coffee at Café .de l'Orangerie. Also, you may get a chance to hear some jazz music around June or July.