I recently went to Switzerland to participate in the Geneva edition of Pop in the City - a one day urban race that has you exploring a city while trying interesting - and often challenging - activities at the same time.
La Route des Grandes Alpes is a 680km journey that starts from Thonon-les-Bains, which sits just beside Lac Léman and ends at Menton, on the French Riviera. Here are some photos from our one-week motorcycle tour of the route.
What to do and eat in Italy's infamous Cinque Terre, as well as my new sentiments about solo-travel.
In coming from Paris, Rémi and I were naturally more interested in exploring the countryside that surrounds Reims than the city itself. Picturesque vineyards, curving roads and, according to one local, the first sunny weekend of the year, our weekend motorbike adventure was set to be a good one.
The Loire Valley. Nestled in west-central France, this lush stretch of greenery is where Rémi and I passed our spring vacation. As a holiday-goer you will find chateaux, vineyards, cathedrals, old cities, photogenic landscapes and hiking and cycling trails to occupy you from dawn til dusk.