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You know that France is about more than culture and cuisine; this is a country with something for everyone. See it in all its guises with those on the ground and in the know.

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A birthday in the season

December 11, 2012 by Rachel on The season: according to the seasonaires, French Alps

Thankfully, I am born in may and therefore I have my birthday outside of the winter season. Why am I thankful I hear you ask? Well,… Read more…

A birthday in the season

Holidays

November 26, 2012 by Mandy Laycock on Over The Col, French Alps

Tradition dictates that hoteliers in this part of the world take some time out before the onslaught of the winter season. The hotel stayed open and… Read more…

Holidays

Wisdom Learned

November 3, 2012 by Nannysoo on The Chronicles of Nanna, Limousin

Having just spent some time in the UK with the family and especially our new Great grandson, I have been thinking more and more of the… Read more…

Wisdom Learned

Chocolat à la Lyonnaise

October 28, 2012 by Franglophone on C'est la belle vie, Lyon

On the topic of the irresistible, chocolate ranks high. So what better, than to rave about Lyon’s own world famous Bernachon. Situated at 42 cours Franklin… Read more…

Chocolat à la Lyonnaise

Generation Richter

October 25, 2012 by Small Plastic Dog on Specific (Lyonnais) Objects, Lyon

   John Cage turned 100 this year and the achievement has granted him legend status across the western world. For this year at least he is… Read more…

Generation Richter

The French get fatter, even during a crisis

October 17, 2012 by Anna Barie on Lyon: Bite by Bite, Lyon

There are no shortage of blogs, and books and movies that paint France as a magical culinary wonderland.   My latest discovery is Rachel Khoo‘s cooking… Read more…

The French get fatter, even during a crisis

Bringings Swans to Brittany From Sat 27th October to Sunday 4th November

October 3, 2012 by Leah Green on Monty – The Full 9 Lives, Brittany

I used to live on a narrowboat with my husband, Norman, a scizophrenic Jack Russell called Skipper (he believed he was the Skipper), and that famous… Read more…

Bringings Swans to Brittany From Sat 27th October to Sunday 4th November

Inheiritance and I-pads….

October 2, 2012 by Dan Newton on The Property Buzz, Brittany

Well it’s been over a year since I last posted, and I promise that I will try and post more often, but as ever, business must… Read more…

Inheiritance and I-pads….

If Music Be The Food Of Love…

June 17, 2012 by Elsa on Have you heard…?, Midi-Pyrénées North

Then you’re in the right place for a gourmet treat, for this is the week of the famous French Fete de la Musique. And you can… Read more…

If Music Be The Food Of Love…

Cliches are cliches for a reason

May 13, 2012 by Producer on Our Summer of Film, Midi-Pyrénées South

We’ve all read about films that take ten years to reach the screen – films that sit in development hell and the like. In fact, development… Read more…

Cliches are cliches for a reason
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