Tag Archives: St. Andrews

La Solitude

Now that I’m in the midst of the hurly-burly of Paris (and loving it!), I think in some wonderment about where I was just a few days ago. While I was In St Andrews, I kept hearing about the beauty … Continue reading

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Fauché

I went to an interesting exhibit at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh entitled Photography: A Victorian Sensation. It just opened a couple of weeks ago and will continue until November 22, 2015. The exhibit was full of multimedia … Continue reading

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Ça me file la pêche

In my summer job at St Andrews, I’ve been introduced to a beautiful lane known as Lade Braes. It starts in St Andrews and wends its way to an ancient mill. Parts of it date to the twelfth century. The parts … Continue reading

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Rebrousser chemin

Well, I’m now settled in St. Andrews, Scotland, for my summer job. It’s a beautiful little town perched on the North Sea. Famous for golf and the university, St. Andrews is also known for West Sands beach, a two-mile swath … Continue reading

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