OVER the past few days I've enjoyed some interesting articles and blog posts so instead of keeping them to myself I thought I would point them out so you can follow the authors and their experiences of French life.
Remember if you enjoy the websites a short comment to add to a piece or just to say thanks will always bring a smile to a blogger's heart.
Lost and in limbo on a visit to London - Michael Wright, The Telegraph
Even after escaping from the other-worldly bubble of the France Show, I feel that I am still in limbo in London. I don’t even know how to buy a ticket for the Underground these days.
The great escape - Michael Streeter
This is the dramatic scene that greeted villagers at Luxé yesterday morning. A lorry stuck on the bridge over the River Charente – with the cab hanging out over the cold, dark waters below.
The Hopital Lariboisière - Invisible Paris
The hospital is situated in the heart of Paris, just a two-minute hop from the Gare du Nord, but exists in its own little world beyond the buzz of the city.
Commercial Genealogy vs. Privacy: The French Perspective - The French Genealogy Blog
Different cultures have different ideas of privacy, and that applies to privacy, genealogy and the internet, and to the area where all three intersect.
Peter Mayle's House is for Sale - The Provence Post
Best-selling author Peter Mayle, who wrote A Year in Provence and 12 other books, is selling his 18th-century house on the outskirts of Lourmarin in the Luberon region of Provence.
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