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At Giverny, France
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Impressions of Claude Monet’s Giverny

So what if you do not get to see an original Claude Monet in his maison at a small French village called Giverny. It is a pilgrimage spot nonetheless, to be where the master of Impressionism was at work for a greater period of his life, and to relive those images of lilies and the countryside.

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Parliament House, Quebec
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Where History Whispers (Canada Travelogue – Part 3)

Our appetite for travel remained unabated even after prolonged travel. Canada being a vast country exploring it in a month is impossible! My uncle and aunt-in-law prearranged the itinerary and logistics to ensure we get a seamless experience. This time it was a road trip to Quebec City and Montréal.

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Sunset in Victoria
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Land Of Mountains, Snow and Sunsets: Canada, Part 2

In only a few corners of the globe will you encounter the Pacific Ocean embracing a mountain range as it does along the sea-to-sky highway leading to Whistler. The journey unveils a breathtaking panorama of azure waters caressing the rugged coastal mountains. En route, the sight of Shannon Falls cascading down, alongside its provincial park, captivates the senses.

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Travel: All Set for Sète in the South of France

Sète is a small commune but quite popular as a seaside resort. The first sights as we drive into the city are of the color azure, azure and more azure– the color of Heaven that matches a clear blue sky. The creeks and canals here double up as private beaches.

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Travel: A Dream Holiday in Queenstown New Zealand

Our last station was Queenstown. Located in the southwestern part of the South Island, Queenstown can be reached by air or by road. Our preferred route was by bus which took us from Christchurch in the east through beautiful vistas to reach there in the evening.

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