Radcliffe Camera and Churches

We head towards the end of our journey. We head past the Sheldonian and onto the Radcliffe Camera and St Mary’s Church. The Bodleian as mentioned last week, is a gigantic library, in the heart of Oxford City Centre. To get access to the University books, anyone can join, but it is easier if you…

Rasputin, Princes and Peasants.

To our left is the Oxford, University College, it’s had several Prime Ministers, Australian and British, American President Clinton, and a current member of the US Supreme Court. One of the most interesting characters at the college was Prince Yusupov. The man who killed Grigori Rasputin. Rasputin was a Russian from Siberia, born in 1869…

Into the unknown

Is it a big deal to jump into the unknown? Or is it a simple opening of a new chapter? The reason I’m writing this piece is that I’ve handed in my notice to my work, booked flights back to Sicily and will leave my online work December 31st. I’ve written before about facing your…

Personal thoughts on Provence.

Welcome to my final blog on Provence. This is my final travel blog before I hit the U.K. and I will be doing some writing about Oxfordshire and London. So this week will be relatively short and sweet. I have repeatedly talked about Maison Lambot’s food. There was so much else as well in the…

Maison Lambot

Maison Lambot If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway, with fresh air, great food, wine, and beautiful views you shouldn’t look further than here. Maison Lambot is huge, with quite a few amenities. Built-in top of an old mill, which you can still see parts of if you look in the basement or around the…