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Bastide | Off the beaten track in Bordeaux

Written by on January 17, 2019 in Aquitaine
Bastide | Off the beaten track in Bordeaux

Most visitors to Bordeaux keep to the left bank where historic Bordeaux is located, but head to the right bank for a different vibe and more fun! Rive Droite Bordeaux | Right Bank Bastide, or “rive droite” was until recently a sleepy neighbourhood on the opposite side of the centre of Bordeaux, across the Garonne […]

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What You Should Do if You Get Sick in France

Written by on January 16, 2019 in Healthcare, Healthcare For Visitors
What You Should Do if You Get Sick in France

France is the world’s top destination for tourists as well as a major destination for foreign students, workers, and expatriates from all over the world. An unfortunate but significant number of these visitors may get sick at some point in their stay. As any long-term resident of France will tell you, the French have an […]

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How to do coffee, the Parisian way

Written by on January 9, 2019 in Gastronomy
How to do coffee, the Parisian way

At some point in history, it just became a fact that everything is more stylish in Paris. Of course, lot of other cities have their own version of “cool”, but there seems to a be a special way in which the Parisians do things that make everything seem so effortless and so… chic. Coffee is […]

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How to make Poulet Roti | roast chicken French style

Written by on December 28, 2018 in Main Courses
How to make Poulet Roti | roast chicken French style

One of the favourite “fast food” options in France is the rotisserie chicken and roasted potatoes that you can find in any neighborhood market. You can usually just follow your nose to find the chicken seller. Back home, it’s sometimes hard to recreate the flavour of both the chicken and the potatoes… The trick is […]

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Guide to City of Bordeaux | Bacalan district

Written by on December 27, 2018 in Aquitaine
Guide to City of Bordeaux | Bacalan district

Bacalan – raw Bordeaux Leave the classic picturesque center of Bordeaux behind for a change in atmosphere that’s well worth a visit. Bacalan, the northern part of the city, is built around the port and has a grungy look to it. Until recently this district wasn’t the most interesting and largely avoided by both tourists […]

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Avignon, a major historic city of the south of France

Written by on December 27, 2018 in Provence-Alpes, Tours in France
Avignon, a major historic city of the south of France

 The city of Avignon played an important role in the 14th century. Though nowadays, it’s mostly known for its bridge, the Pont d’Avignon, the city was once a residence for pontiffs who made their home at the Palace of the Popes. Besides its historic significance, Avignon has much to offer. Reasons to fall in love […]

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5 very good reasons to go cycling in the Occitanie region of France

Written by on December 22, 2018 in Languedoc-Roussillon, Tours in France
5 very good reasons to go cycling in the Occitanie region of France

If you’re a cyclist, then there are certain things that you look for in a cycling holiday that you know will really make it special. In the Tarn, Occitanie, France, boxes get ticked and cyclists get happy. Why the Tarn region in France is one of the best French cycling locations Admittedly the Tarn doesn’t […]

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Why Beaujolais Burgundy could be the next hot spot for property seekers

Written by on December 22, 2018 in Guest Blogs
Why Beaujolais Burgundy could be the next hot spot for property seekers

Stephen Solley, an expat from the UK lives in Beaujolais, Burgundy and says, not only is it a great place to live but it also offers opportunities for would be wine-makers… There must be so many couples, frustrated by all the stresses of daily life, who in an ideal world would like to move their […]

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Bordeaux City | Quinconces and the Triangle d’Or district

Written by on December 21, 2018 in Aquitaine
Bordeaux City | Quinconces and the Triangle d’Or district

Bordeaux City is made up of neighbourhoods, each has a different vibe and you can walk them all easily in a day. Quinconces and Triangle d’Or – The Age of Enlightenment in Bordeaux Bordering the old city from the north is the Triangle d’Or district. The architecture mostly dates back to the 18th century and […]

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Mastering the dreaded French R sound

Written by on December 15, 2018 in Courses
Mastering the dreaded French R sound

The French R is the most notorious of sounds in French pronunciation. There are multitudes of tutorials on the French R and yet it still eludes many non-native speakers. Well, today I’m going to demystify the French R and show you a simple trick that will get you on your way to mastering this infamous […]

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