The Gore Range never fails to stun – the jagged, snow-covered peaks set against the startling blue sky is simply amazing. Sometimes, however, we feel the need to get out of town. Sometimes it’s for fun, sometimes for work, and sometimes the two come together. Beth is touring Europe and sharing some of the Old World charm, beauty, architecture, design and inspiration with us. Ready for an overseas bonanza? Read on.
Salzburg- birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and, of course, was the setting for The Sound of Music. The hills are still alive with music and the city is renowned for its baroque architecture.
Monet’s home and gardens in Giverny have been photographed, painted, written about – yet seeing it in person is still breathtaking and gives one pause. This is the home of one of the world’s most influential artists. Monet melded his two passions: colorand gardening. We should all be so lucky.
Normandy is known for the D-Day landing and the resulting battles which resulted in the liberation of Paris. It is a place of beauty and history.
Finally, there is Paris. Oh Paris. Spending months there is not long enough but any amount of time is a treasure in this city of lights, love and seemingly endless style.
The history, the European flair and the more casual way of life are the best moments to bring home.