Paris Restaurants Cafes and locations NEW Photography

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Restaurant on Rue St Andre des Arts Paris
Rue de Rivoli Paris
La Conciergerie · This former prison, now a museum is on the Ile de la Cité, a short walk from Notre-Dame Cathedral
Le Consulat Restaurant Montmartre Paris
Polidor Restaurant Paris – a favourite haunt of Hemingway and used as a location in Midnight in Paris
Tokens of love left on the Pont des Arts Paris

A few shots taken over the last few years. Paris always draws you back and hopefully we can travel again soon – CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL VIEW

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Provence and the South Photography to Enjoy as we look forward to travel again

Please enjoy some more photography from our travels in Provence. They compliment my French travel writing and these are available on Amazon including Kindle Unlimited. Hope you enjoy and you are all keeping safe and ready to travel again for real.

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Collioure Harbour South of France
Perpignan by Night
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The start of our French adventure

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Neal is an established and extensively published French Travel writer with an aim is to impart his passion for France to his readers. Neal has travelled extensively in France with his family and friends and acted as ‘tour’ guide to others over the years.
Neal lived and worked in Lancashire, England and found the joy of travel later in life after a conservative travel upbringing that stretched only as far as stopping the car falling into the sea at the English coastline.
He now lives in Somerset close to his granddaughter and family and on the wonderful South West coastline that we enjoy so much. Neal loves the English game of Cricket, which he plans to write about soon, golf, soccer and photography. He has a great love of History and that is reflected in his writing.

Lavender Fields at their best in a Provencal Summer

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Travellers have their own favourite areas of Provence where they appreciate the vast fields of lavender. For me the finest spot is close to Banon. In fact anywhere around that village whether you head towards Forqualquier, as in this shot, or north of the village back across towards the famous area around Sault, you will not be disappointed.

Lavender fields near Banon Provence
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Historic Town of Dunster Somerset

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View of Dunster Village from the Castle on a late Summers Day

Dunster, near to the Somerset coastline at Minehead is a popular town with visitors. The ancient castle on the hill overlooking the town is its most prominent feature of course and the above photograph was taken from the ramparts. The attractive main street, at the top of which is the old yarn market, is lined with attractive shops and cafes. Even if you have never visited Dunster it will still seem familiar to you as a well used film location – check out Agatha Christie’s Poirot for instance. The architecture is authentic and transports you to times past. The castle is now Nation Trust owned and even if castles are not your thing the gardens are spectacular, especially in late summer when the micro climate here extends the season for many Mediterranean and tropical specimens.

Dunster, Somerset, Ancient Yarn Market

The Yarn market is perhaps the towns most easily recognized landmark. It heads the High street and commands a fine view all the way to the castle on the hill at the far end. Built in 1609 it has played a long role in the history of Dunster. Often used in film and TV productions it has become famous the world over. If you get there make sure to photograph from the inside as well for some very atmospheric shots. You will find endless photo opportunities here.

Sumptuous Interior at Dunster Castle Somerset

Duster castle as you can see has an interior that is rather more attractive than the castle name suggests. Built following its bequest of thanks to a loyal retainer of William the Conqueror it went on to play an exciting and fascinating role in the English Civil War before becoming a comfortable residence into modern times.

Banana plant in Dunster Castle Gardens Somerset

It is in the gardens that you will find the most remarkable part of the castle visit. The climate here facilitates the growth of an astonishing range of plants from areas of the world you thought impossible to introduce plants from. Magnolias flowing in late summer and thriving olive trees. What will take your breath away are the magnificent trees, giant sequoias and redwoods towering into the sky from the river valley. Our visit was in mid September but it would be difficult to imagine that they could look any finer at any other time. For any garden lover this is a must see of the English countryside.

Olive Tree thriving at Dunster Castle Gardens Somerset

The photo below captures a favourite view in the garden This old bridge is one of a collection of ancient bridges close to the old water mill on the river below the castle.

Ancient Bridge in Dunster Castle Gardens Somerset

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French Travel Guide Books
FREE French Travel Book Download CLICK ON PHOTO

Please enjoy this FREE book – a selection of my French Travel Book writing

All my books are available on Amazon for Kindle or Kindle Unlimited and of course in Print

Paris & France – Travel now

Neal is an established and extensively published French Travel writer with an aim is to impart his passion for France to his readers. Neal has travelled extensively in France with his family and friends and acted as ‘tour’ guide to others over the years.
Neal lived and worked in Lancashire, England and found the joy of travel later in life after a conservative travel upbringing that stretched only as far as stopping the car falling into the sea at the English coastline.
He now lives in Somerset close to his granddaughter and family and on the wonderful South West coastline that we enjoy so much. Neal loves the English game of Cricket, which he plans to write about soon, golf, soccer and photography. He has a great love of History and that is reflected in his writing.

Historic Town of Dunster Somerset

Please enjoy my Travel books – LINK TO YOUR COUNTRY : https://bit.ly/bookneal

View of Dunster Village from the Castle on a late Summers Day

Dunster, near to the Somerset coastline at Minehead is a popular town with visitors. The ancient castle on the hill overlooking the town is its most prominent feature of course and the above photograph was taken from the ramparts. The attractive main street, at the top of which is the old yarn market, is lined with attractive shops and cafes. Even if you have never visited Dunster it will still seem familiar to you as a well used film location – check out Agatha Christie’s Poirot for instance. The architecture is authentic and transports you to times past. The castle is now Nation Trust owned and even if castles are not your thing the gardens are spectacular, especially in late summer when the micro climate here extends the season for many Mediterranean and tropical specimens.

Dunster, Somerset, Ancient Yarn Market

The Yarn market is perhaps the towns most easily recognized landmark. It heads the High street and commands a fine view all the way to the castle on the hill at the far end. Built in 1609 it has played a long role in the history of Dunster. Often used in film and TV productions it has become famous the world over. If you get there make sure to photograph from the inside as well for some very atmospheric shots. You will find endless photo opportunities here.

Sumptuous Interior at Dunster Castle Somerset

Duster castle as you can see has an interior that is rather more attractive than the castle name suggests. Built following its bequest of thanks to a loyal retainer of William the Conqueror it went on to play an exciting and fascinating role in the English Civil War before becoming a comfortable residence into modern times.

Banana plant in Dunster Castle Gardens Somerset

It is in the gardens that you will find the most remarkable part of the castle visit. The climate here facilitates the growth of an astonishing range of plants from areas of the world you thought impossible to introduce plants from. Magnolias flowing in late summer and thriving olive trees. What will take your breath away are the magnificent trees, giant sequoias and redwoods towering into the sky from the river valley. Our visit was in mid September but it would be difficult to imagine that they could look any finer at any other time. For any garden lover this is a must see of the English countryside.

Olive Tree thriving at Dunster Castle Gardens Somerset

The photo below captures a favourite view in the garden This old bridge is one of a collection of ancient bridges close to the old water mill on the river below the castle.

Ancient Bridge in Dunster Castle Gardens Somerset

Please enjoy my Travel books – LINK TO YOUR COUNTRY : https://bit.ly/bookneal

Seguret Village Provence French Travel Guide Books

Super Travel Book OUT NOW – Itchy Feet 20 Inspiring stories

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“Where’s my passport?”

“I need to go travelling again…”

From the Indonesian jungle, to an epic journey out of Africa, and rafting the Zambezi, twenty intrepid and inspiring authors share their adventures with you in this anthology of travel stories.

Find out what Egypt is like in a heatwave, and hunt down Dracula in Transylvania.

Catch a rare glimpse into the lives of the last Pech Indigenous people of La Moskitia, Honduras.

Experience history first-hand through four continents, three wars and a desperate message in a bottle with a story of heartbreak, poverty and travel in the 19th century.

Be entertained by a teenager’s first glance of foreign soil, and an Australian view of England. Ride a Harley through France and Spain and find out what makes someone a perpetual nomad.

Read Itchy Feet now to travel around the world from the comfort of your own armchair. No passport required.

And I am in it as well and delighted to be taking part – Talking about the People of France

CHECK OUT THIS PHOTO ALBUM FOR THE BOOK : https://bit.ly/photosif

PRE-ORDER NOW : https://bit.ly/nealitchyfeet

Please enjoy my Travel books – LINK TO YOUR COUNTRY : https://bit.ly/bookneal

Super Travel Book OUT NOW – Itchy Feet 20 Inspiring stories

PRE-ORDER NOW : https://bit.ly/nealitchyfeet

“Where’s my passport?”

“I need to go travelling again…”

From the Indonesian jungle, to an epic journey out of Africa, and rafting the Zambezi, twenty intrepid and inspiring authors share their adventures with you in this anthology of travel stories.

Find out what Egypt is like in a heatwave, and hunt down Dracula in Transylvania.

Catch a rare glimpse into the lives of the last Pech Indigenous people of La Moskitia, Honduras.

Experience history first-hand through four continents, three wars and a desperate message in a bottle with a story of heartbreak, poverty and travel in the 19th century.

Be entertained by a teenager’s first glance of foreign soil, and an Australian view of England. Ride a Harley through France and Spain and find out what makes someone a perpetual nomad.

Read Itchy Feet now to travel around the world from the comfort of your own armchair. No passport required.

And I am in it as well and delighted to be taking part – Talking about the People of France

CHECK OUT THIS PHOTO ALBUM FOR THE BOOK : https://bit.ly/photosif

PRE-ORDER NOW : https://bit.ly/nealitchyfeet

Please enjoy my Travel books – LINK TO YOUR COUNTRY : https://bit.ly/bookneal

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