Towns in French are beautiful, too.
There are many statues, greens, and wide streets.
When I visited there, it was a falling leaves season.
So, I saw golden streets. I can not tell you how beautiful they were.
Any buildings seemed to have long histories and people make an effort to preserve those buildings.
As I have already said, foods in France are excellent.
I will never forget their bread.
It is not only crispy but also soft
And its smell!!
Fresh baked bread is the best food in the world.
I visited some French restaurants in France.
My favorite one is…. Ummm,
I cannot choose the best one.
The restaurants in Avignon, the Rabbit restaurant in Paris, the restaurant in the hotel in Marseille, the last restaurant which I ate in Paris… all restaurants were very good.
I want to visit all of them one more time!!!
One thing I have studied in France is that if you want to go to a good restaurant, you should book advance.
And there are many sweets shop in France!!!
Their sweets are very beautiful, so they please the eye.
Looking at show window was a big fun for me…
Sweets sometimes seem like valuable jewelries.
I still can see the scene of those sweets shops…
Finding a good hotel was really difficult for us.
We didn’t have enough information about it, so we had no idea except browsing at the internet.
My favorite hotels are Ermitage in Paris and l’atelier in Avignon.
Both hotels have long history and the interior decorations are really cute.
Their breakfasts are excellent and the owners are very friendly.
I don’t know why, but many bathrooms don’t have a shower curtain.
So, you have to care about not splashing water.
And a good point of all of the hotels is that they have a brush at the bathroom.
So, if you stain in a toilet, you can clean it up.
It is really convenient.
One surprising thing is that all of hotels prepare high quality toilet paper.
They used soft and beautiful toilet paper.
I like these kinds of service.
I love France.
Only one bad thing is that living prices are higher than Japanese.
When I realized, the inside of my wallet was empty…
If the living cost is cheaper, I definitely live in France.