Carpentras & Pernes les Fontaines

France, Pernes les Fontaines
europe_franceWe visit Carpentras on a Friday morning, to go to the weekly market, known as the largest and the most important of the entire Provence but also to take advantage of the nearby camper stop where we discover how well-organized and friendly the French are towards motorhomes! Sunday morning we enjoy the truffle festival in Pernes les Fontaines, another lovely, quaint village… Read more


 

 

Modena, not only Ferrari and Balsamico

Italy, Modena
Modena’s international reputation is undeniable; both the Ferrari myth and the  balsamic vinegar made her famous in every corner of the world.  I know that it may sound odd but these are defenitly not the main reason for visiting the city or at least, they seemed secondary to us, compared to everything else that Modena has to offer

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Kalamata, the two faces of a city


kalamataKalamata seems to be a city divided in two parts: the downtown Kalamata with its shops, everyday life, offices, monuments etc that lies away from the sea and the seaside Kalamata that seems to be more relaxed and holiday-oriented with its cafes, restaurants and souvenir-shops. We enjoyed them both and furthermore we discovered the right place for those who want to buy the famous Kalamata olive-oil and olives.

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