Hello! And a very

in the

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...in the light of life we'll walk
till travelling days are done.

(Horatius Bonar 1808-89 alt.)

Paris (Index Page)

Giverny and Claude Monet Garden


Normandy Coast and Bayeux (Index Page)

Mont St Michel

Touraine and Anjou (Index Page)




Australia (Kimberley)

Memories of Bedford and Cornwall in the 1940s

Travelling Days Home Page

Colin Day's 'List-O-Links' Index Page including France Part Two Three and Four

Guest Book


PARIS (Tour Eiffel, Musee d'Orsay, Hotel des Invalides, Place de la Concorde, Gare du Nord, Eurostar etc.)

GIVERNY (The Village, Monet's House and Garden)

ROUEN (Cathedral, Old Town, River Seine)

NORMANDY COAST AND BAYEAUX (D Day Beaches around Arromanches, Mulberry Harbour, American Cemetery, Honfleur, Deauville, Bayeaux Cathedral, Town and Tapestry)

MONT ST MICHEL (The Abbey and surrounding district)

TOURAINE (AND ANGERS IN ANJOU) (Angers, Tours and an extensive coverage of the walled city of Loches)

ORLEANS (The Cathedral and local buildings)

FONTAINEBLEAU (The Palace and Gardens)

......most of the pages are now available for your enjoyment!

Please click on the links in the column on the left.

You are at present viewing the FRANCE PART 1 website.

The FRANCE PART 2 site covers the Dordogne, Lot and Tarn region and includes Carcassonne, Sarlat, Albi, Rocamadour etc.. Please click here to go to the France Part 2 index page.

The FRANCE PART 3 site covers part of Provence and includes Aix-en-Provence, Gorges de Verdon, Gordes, Bonnieux, Cassis and Gréoux. Please click here to go to the France Part 3 index page.

The FRANCE PART 4 site covers Annecy and also includes Mont Blanc, Mer de Glace, Aix-les-Bains, Lac du Bourget, Chanaz, Caveau Bugiste Winery and Paris. Please click here to go to the France Part 3 index page.

They form part of the 'Travelling Days' series, which also contains a nostalgic look at the English town of Bedford and the County of Cornwall during the 1940s and 50s as well as a tour of the Kimberley region in the north of Western Australia, Bletchley Park in UK, the London Eye, and the BBC Orchestras in WWII.

Please click on the links in the lower left hand column or go to the Colin Day's List O' Links page for more information.    Thank you for visiting this page!

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