Close to Eleven Madison Park: Metropolitan Museum of Art. Perhaps the most beautiful museum in the world. Opened in 1872 on the edge of Central Park, two million works of art are hidden among its galleries and reserves.

Close to Eleven Madison Park: Metropolitan Museum of Art. Perhaps the most beautiful museum in the world. Opened in 1872 on the edge of Central Park, two million works of art are hidden among its galleries and reserves.

Close to Hotel Londra Palace: The Carnival of Venice. Walking along in your mask and costume, you come across the characters Harlequin, Bauta, Gnaga and Moretta. For ten days, everyone is an actor in the Carnival.

Close to Hotel Londra Palace: The Carnival of Venice. Walking along in your mask and costume, you come across the characters Harlequin, Bauta, Gnaga and Moretta. For ten days, everyone is an actor in the Carnival.

Close to Relais Bernard Loiseau: Fontenay abbey. Secluded and sheltered by vegetation, Fontenay abbey remains an amazing sight. This Cistercian 12th century monastery, with its magnificent Roman architecture, has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site since 1981.

Close to Relais Bernard Loiseau: Fontenay abbey. Secluded and sheltered by vegetation, Fontenay abbey remains an amazing sight. This Cistercian 12th century monastery, with its magnificent Roman architecture, has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site since 1981.

On the route to Hôtel Crillon le Brave: Mount Ventoux. Its nicknamed the ‘Giant of Provence’, with its 1,912 m and its white stony summit, towers over the Carpentras area and its vines.

On the route to Hôtel Crillon le Brave: Mount Ventoux. Its nicknamed the ‘Giant of Provence’, with its 1,912 m and its white stony summit, towers over the Carpentras area and its vines.

On the route to Château Cordeillan-Bages: Cap Ferret.  Pay a visit to Joël Lahaye at hut 20 on Quai Lahillon to eat oysters with your feet in the water. A real treat.

On the route to Château Cordeillan-Bages: Cap Ferret. Pay a visit to Joël Lahaye at hut 20 on Quai Lahillon to eat oysters with your feet in the water. A real treat.

On the route to L’Abbaye de Sainte-Croix : Aix-en-Provence. With its 17th and 18th century town houses, its maze of busy streets, its tiny squares with their fountains and the café terraces of its famous Cours Mirabeau, Aix-en-Provence is a perfect example of Provençal art de vivre.

On the route to L’Abbaye de Sainte-Croix : Aix-en-Provence. With its 17th and 18th century town houses, its maze of busy streets, its tiny squares with their fountains and the café terraces of its famous Cours Mirabeau, Aix-en-Provence is a perfect example of Provençal art de vivre.

Close to Dolphin island: Aquatic adventures. We seem to spend a lot of time in the water at Dolphin Island. It is crystal clear and the beauty of the brightly coloured fish and the coral have to be seen to be believed.

Close to Dolphin island: Aquatic adventures. We seem to spend a lot of time in the water at Dolphin Island. It is crystal clear and the beauty of the brightly coloured fish and the coral have to be seen to be believed.

On the route to Cliff House Hôtel, Ardmore: Lismore Castle. Built in the late 16th century, this fortress with crenellated towers and façades underwent many alterations until the arrival of the Duke of Devonshire. In the early 19th century, he transformed it into a spectacular gothic castle using hewn stones sourced from Derbyshire.

On the route to Cliff House Hôtel, Ardmore: Lismore Castle. Built in the late 16th century, this fortress with crenellated towers and façades underwent many alterations until the arrival of the Duke of Devonshire. In the early 19th century, he transformed it into a spectacular gothic castle using hewn stones sourced from Derbyshire.

Close to Auberge du Père Bise, Talloires: Philippe Rigollot pastry shops.A Meilleur Ouvrier de France and Pastry world Champion, Philippe makes pastries, chocolates and macaroons that are utterly beautiful, very slightly sweetened, really showing off the products used.

Close to Auberge du Père Bise, Talloires: Philippe Rigollot pastry shops.A Meilleur Ouvrier de France and Pastry world Champion, Philippe makes pastries, chocolates and macaroons that are utterly beautiful, very slightly sweetened, really showing off the products used.

On the route to "le domaine de verchant":  Viaduct and whipped focaccia. Crossing this viaduct gives one the impression that they are flying over the valley.

On the route to "le domaine de verchant": Viaduct and whipped focaccia. Crossing this viaduct gives one the impression that they are flying over the valley.

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