Paris is a city rich in history with so many things to see and do. Our three months in Paris afforded us ample time to enjoy some of the many museums. We visited too many, in fact, to cover them all in a single article.
For us, riding the metro in Paris was a pleasure and a necessity because one of our main activities in Paris was going to French classes. So, I was looking for language schools while I was looking for apartments, but the quality of the school trumped the commute.
While I wouldn’t describe ourselves as Disneyphiles, Diana and I do enjoy a periodic visit to The House of Mouse, even if our kids are now too cool to join us. Historically, we have been to one of the theme parks every 8-9 years. Our visit to EuroDisney was admittedly not on our regular schedule but we were here.
Four years ago, Diana and I chose to launch our Adventures, Challenges, and Insights in Early Roving Retirement. Our home-free adventure is bold and exciting for some and just plain scary for others. What have we learned so far and how might we boldly go from here?
Although we did spend a lot of time at sea on our repositioning cruise, we were able to visit some interesting ports in the Azores, France, the UK and Belgium.