Posts Tagged ‘France’

Deep in the Heart of FRANCE

After over 50 years, Michael Webb revisits southwestern France. I have fond memories of my first trip to the Dordogne, a region of southwestern France that takes its name from one of the three rivers that flow through softly rolling farmland studded with medieval towns and villages. A college friend and I found a congenial…

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A Family Friendly Road Trip through France

Kristina Foster embarks with her family on a voyage through France from the capital to the coastal south.   I wasn’t sure what to expect on a fortnight long, winter road trip with the kids. Cooped up childhood memories of backseat battles with stinky brothers, side of the road toilet stops and barf bags came flooding…

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PARIS IN WINTER

Michael Webb explores the City of Lights in winter, finding a new love and appreciation for its abundance of museums.  For lovers, Paris is heaven year round; in winter it’s equally compelling for lovers of museums. The chilly gray days make the boulevards and outdoor cafés less enticing, and prompt you to explore treasures you…

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The Fall of Provence

Exploring the South of France in September offers travelers discounts, unique seasonal delights and a welcome respite from the summer crowds.

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Hit The Road, Jacques!

Classic car-lovers can now get behind the wheel in France without the headaches or expenses that usually accompany vintage car-owners taking all the fun out of driving.

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Paris: Spring Forward Fall Back

What better way to end the summer and reset the clocks than a well timed trip to Paris? September and October are two of the best months to spend in the city of light. The tourist crowds are gone and the Parisian’s reclaim their territory with proprietary.

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