The next day, we all decided to go visit La Basilique Notre Dame de Fouvrière. It’s a big cathedral on top of a hill that can be seen from pretty much everywhere in Lyon. Because of its five towers (one smaller than the other fours), the people of Lyon called it L’éléphant Renversé (aka the… Continue reading La Basilique Notre Dame de Fouvrière
July 14th is the national holiday in France, also called Bastille Day. This year, we decided to go to St-Raphaël, a coastal town in the region of Le Var, to see the fireworks. I have been there once before, many years ago for an afternoon and kept nice memories from the place. It’s a beautiful… Continue reading St-Raphaël and Bastille Day
After leaving the countryside of France, eating delicious food at Paul’s (coming soon: Chez Paul Review) and discovering the wonders of nougat (see Le Palais du Bonbon et du Nougat), we finally arrived in Lyon in the afternoon. My grand-parents live on la presqu’île de Lyon. In other words, the little piece of land in… Continue reading Arrival in Lyon
For my grand-parents who live in the countryside of France, Draguignan is the perfect city to do their grocery, go to the cinema or do some shopping. It is by no means a big city especially compared to Paris or Lyon, but for the people living in the countryside of France, it gets the job… Continue reading Draguignan
Hello everyone, so I just looked at my reviews and realized that 11 reviews are now posted on this blog. :) I have broken the single digit review count. I thought it was worth a celebratory post. I have really enjoyed this experience so far and I have no plan to stop. Next goal: triple-digit… Continue reading More than 10 reviews now!!!
I created the last post exactly one month ago on October 26th. 8 reviews later, I am still having a lot of fun with this whole food blogging thing. Never though I would get hooked, but I did. I like eating and apparently I like giving my opinion too. :) I hope you have been… Continue reading 1 month Anniversary!!!
Welcome to Travelling Pescatarian! This is my first blog and I hope you will enjoy reading about my food adventures in Vancouver. English is not my first language so if you spot any grammatical mistakes, feel free to let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org or if you have any suggestions or comments, send me an email.… Continue reading Hello everyone!