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The Good Life France Summer 2017 magazine

Written by on June 23, 2017 in Magazine
The Good Life France Summer 2017 magazine

Summer is served! Bienvenue to The Good Life France Summer 2017 magazine, completely free to read online, download a PDF and to subscribe to – and it always will be. Just click here to access The Good Life France Magazine Summer 2017 Packed full of fabulous features, beautiful photos, guides, recipes and contests, we think […]

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The Good Life France Magazine Spring 2017

Written by on March 5, 2017 in Magazine
The Good Life France Magazine Spring 2017

Welcome to the Spring issue of The Good Life France Magazine. It’s a totally free to read magazine – you can view it online, you don’t need any special software and its fast to load, or you can download a PDF and read it later. It’s free to subscribe to and always will be. Just […]

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The Good Life France Writers

Written by on November 15, 2013 in Our Writers
The Good Life France Writers

Our writers are a mix of journalists, authors and passionate bloggers. Many are expats who live in France and love to share their knowledge and expertise with others. Some  have written books about France – guides, history, culture, cookery and more and others are experts in the practical daily life issues of France. All of […]

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Roger St Pierre, Journalist, Author and Francophile

Written by on May 20, 2013 in Expats in France with 0 Comments
Roger St Pierre, Journalist, Author and Francophile

  The Good Life France talks to Roger St Pierre – an award-winning writer who has visited every one of France’s 94 metropolitan departments as a cyclist, journalist, author and Francophile… Roger, who The Good Life France is honoured to include amongst its very talented group of writers, tells me he taught himself French by […]

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The top five phrases not to say in France

Written by on April 19, 2013 in Learn French
The top five phrases not to say in France

  Visitors to France often arrive with a head full of expectations and a deep desire to blend in with the country’s inhabitants. This is because the French are stereotypically regarded as casually chic, urbane and quick to judge (and probably dislike) tourists who commit minor infractions against manners and good taste. While it may […]

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Lace Museum Calais | Cité Internationale de la Dentelle et de la Mode

Written by on April 18, 2013 in Museums and Châteaux, Nord-Pas de Calais
Lace Museum Calais | Cité Internationale de la Dentelle et de la Mode

  I found myself in Calais recently and decided to visit the Lace Museum as I’ve heard so much about it from friends who’ve been there. What an absolutely amazing treasure trove this place is. Calais became famous for its lace making in the 19th Century when English lace makers, famous for their lace making […]

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The French interview – Kimberley Petyt author of The Paris Wedding

Written by on April 13, 2013 in Wedding Expertise with 0 Comments
The French interview – Kimberley Petyt author of The Paris Wedding

  Kimberley Petyt is a wedding planner in Paris. An expat American Married to a French man, living in Paris and doing what she loves – arranging weddings in the beautiful city of Paris and finding time to write a book sharing her knowledge and expertise. The Paris Wedding is for brides-to-be coming to Paris […]

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The Paris wedding by Kimberley Petyt

Written by on April 13, 2013 in Wedding Expertise with 0 Comments
The Paris wedding by Kimberley Petyt

  Paris… love… wedding… brides everywhere dream of a Paris wedding filled with charm, elegance, and style. Kimberley Petyt, an American in Paris and married to a Frenchman makes Paris wedding dreams come true. For years she has organised elopements, grand theatrical and elaborate banquets, charming picnics on the cobblestone walks at the side of […]

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Easter Egg hunts in Paris and France

Written by on March 20, 2013 in Quirky Stuff with 0 Comments
Easter Egg hunts in Paris and France

The French have a love affair with chocolate – every Easter 13,000 tonnes of chocolate are sold in France and in surveys 82% of those questioned said they love chocolate and that it is “the food of happiness”. Over the Easter weekend thousands of Easter entertainments from grand Easter egg hunts to egg decorating sessions […]

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Romantic Break in Picardy, France

Written by on March 15, 2013 in Travel with 0 Comments
Romantic Break in Picardy, France

  We love this offer from MyFerryLink  – beat the winter blues with a three day romantic break in Picardy at the gorgeous and renowned luxury hotel Le Macassar near Amiens. From just £132 per person includes MyFerryLink return ferry crossings (Dover-Calais) and 2 nights hotel accommodation. MyFerryLink is currently offering a three day short break […]

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