What a place the Place is.

I am probably getting hugely over-confident here but I appear to have successfully published a couple of gallery posts on my site which I am getting rather attached to.  Yes, it is a huge amount of work and there are literally years more to come even to catch up on past trips never mind what I do in the interim but at least I know my work is relatively safe here on the principle that I am probably unlikely to shut myself down as has happened to me too often before with commercial sites.  Having said that, the way I am with computers anything is possible.

I mentioned in a previous post that the centre of Nancy is a UNESCO World Heritage site and it is truly breathtaking.  Understandably I took a lot of images, far too many to put in a normal post here so I am constructing this page purely to showcase some of them.

I think that against all the odds I have accidentally worked out how to do a gallery properly (not like the previous efforts that looked like a normal post) so further virgin territory for me, let’s see how it goes.

In the unlikely event that anyone reading may wish to read the nonsense I write then please feel free to pass on to the next post.

 

Author: Fergy.

Hello there and welcome to my blog which is the last attempt of a retiree and child of the 50's to overcome advanced technophobia and create a memoir of my rambles having had three commercial travel blog sites pulled from under me in just over a year. A learning curve like Everest! I am rapidly approaching a senior citizen bus pass and realistically I have more days independent travelling behind me than before so I intend to "do it while I still can" and am trying to cram in as much as I can now. Apart from travelling, I love playing music (guitar, vocals and a bit of percussion) as the profile pic suggests and sport, although my active participation is now restricted to the very occasional game of pool. I read voraciously, probably a legacy from my dear late Mother who was a librarian and encouraged me towards books from an early age. I'll read just about anything although I do have a particular interest in military history of all periods. I live alone in fairly central London where I have been for over 30 years since leaving Northern Ireland which was the place of my birth, youth and early manhood. Partially by necessity although more by love of the art I adore cooking and I can and do read recipe books and watch food programmes on TV / online all day. Nothing fancy and none of your nouvelle cuisine nonsense, just hopefully tasty, proper food. To my knowledge, I have not poisoned anyone yet! No doubt other little personal facts about me will emerge during the course of my writings here so stay tuned if you are at all interested.

2 thoughts on “What a place the Place is.”

    1. It is indeed beautiful and one of so many wonderful things I saw on this trip. Thanks so much for visiting the blog and please share it with anyone you know who may find it of interest. I don’t do social media and so cannot promote it as much as I would if I did. Thanks again and stay tuned as there is plenty more to come.

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