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French food, places to go and more France blog

| July 25, 2014

French food, places to go and more France blog

Bonjour and Bon Weekend! This week has been a bit of a trial in my little French village. Our new

Six of the Best: Day Trips in the South of France

| July 25, 2014

Six of the Best: Day Trips in the South of France

France is the most visited country in the world and it is not difficult to see why. From the obvious

Alexandre Dumas Pere

| July 24, 2014

Alexandre Dumas Pere

Alexandre Dumas Pere as we know him, was born in the village of  Villers-Cotterets in Picardy, just outside Paris, on

Expat Life in France and the Unfaithful Baker’s Wife

| July 24, 2014

Expat Life in France and the Unfaithful Baker’s Wife

Expat life in France is not always as quiet as it seems, underneath the tranquillity may lie seething passions and

Languedoc – The Biggest Vineyard in the World

| July 23, 2014

Languedoc – The Biggest Vineyard in the World

I confess, I am a wine heathen and know nothing about wine (I believe it is not necessary to spend

Top tips for buying a property in France

| July 23, 2014

Top tips for buying a property in France

As I stood looking in the window of an immobilier (estate agent) in France last week, I heard someone say

Majestic Wine Calais for a right royal shopping deal in France

| July 22, 2014

Majestic Wine Calais for a right royal shopping deal in France

Majestic Wine Calais is a huge warehouse selling beer, wines, spirits and champagne in Calais; it has weathered the difficulties

Do the French hate the British?

| July 22, 2014

Do the French hate the British?

Last week someone sent me a message, it read: “Good life in France, ‘you must be joking’ they don’t like

Montpellier now – retracing the steps of the past

| July 22, 2014

Montpellier now – retracing the steps of the past

In 1924, not long after the death of her mother, a fresh faced girl of nineteen years named Cecilia set

History of the French Riviera The American Connection

| July 21, 2014

History of the French Riviera The American Connection

If you visit the French Riviera in July or August, you may have trouble finding enough space on the beach

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