Author: Ann Marie Daniels

Paris – People, Places and Spaces

Spring is in the air, the sight of the daffodils and the sound of birdsong puts a bounce back in your step after the long, cold winter months.  A lovely short break is in most peoples thoughts. Paris is in mine. My first trip to Paris with my beau was in early September.  Quite some time back, when I was in my late twenties. He had studied french and planned the trip as a lovely surprise.    We stayed very near the Champs Elysees.  The hotel reception and our room was on the small side, which is pretty standard in...

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A Walk Through Walthamstow Wetlands

Recently, on a bright sunny as well as cold and windy day, I went to Walthamstow Wetlands, the largest urban wetlands in Europe. There are numerous entrances, for myself I entered via Coppermill Lane and headed towards the Grade II listed Italianate Coppermill Tower.  As I walked up the stairs I heard the cooing of pigeons as they rested within the frame work.  There is also a lift.  At the top of the tower there are far reaching views of Greater London with the odd church steeple within view.  The sun highlighted the reservoir, in the distance, with a...

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