I had the chance to go to Normandie and visit some of the key places for the allied invasion into German occupied France. This is Omaha Beach, the beach where more than 4000 men were killed in battle, ending with the allied victory over the Germans.
Giverny is a small little town in Eure department really close to Paris. The town is best known for hosting Monet and being the inspiration for most of his artworks in his late years. These are the gardens of the Impressionism Museum, where some kids were playing hide and seek.
From the Giardino di Boboli you get an amazing view of the city, the gardens offer a lot of different angles from where you can admire the cityscape. Firenze is such an historical city, but everyone knows that already, so I'll just stop writing. Hope you like it.
I had the chance to go to Caen to have dinner with my father while we were staying in Bayeaux in the north of France. We didn't have much time to see around, but we had dinner close to the port and I took some pictures.
This is a view of the city of towers in Tuscany, San Gimignano. The city used to have over 40 towers but most of them fell over the years. Now there are 14 towers that still give an impression of how the city was in the past. This picture was taken from the inside of a museum.