SAY hello to the latest Carnival of France that offers you a window on the internet through websites with a French touch.
Today I thought I might point you to some of the bigger news sites that have started opening up their pages to readers by allowing comments to be posted on the end of articles.
Although there has been much written over the last week about the problems on the streets of Paris, there are plenty of other things going on.
Chirac’s fight against English language
Many newspapers have featured Jacques Chirac’s decision to walk out of a conference when a fellow Frenchman delivered a speech in English.
And French journalist Agnes Poirier says that the President was right to get up and head out.
ETA announce ceasefire
Kelby Carr, of About.com, brings together a number of links and articles on the Basque terrorist group that has said it will lay down its arms, they also offer an insight into the history of the group.
Strawberries and a dash of rum
Popular food blog Chocolate and Zucchini provides a lovely recipe for strawberry clafoutis that looks as though it will please those with a sweet tooth.
Mrs B’s favourite bits of France
When people move abroad they often list what they miss, but over time you come to realise the things that you now like. And for Mrs B her favourites include Brioche and salted butter form the local market.
Photographs of France
One of the good things about photo sites such as Flickr is that people describe their pictures with keywords so you can travel around by regions and towns.
Take a trip along the River Dordogne
Explore the streets of Lyon
Auvergne through the camera lens
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