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French house viewing – the first day

 After attending a French property show in London Richard Woolam and his family waded through reams of paper to try to define exactly where they …

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Retired expats in France – Enjoying every minute!

Roz Cleavely and husband, Danny moved to France in January 2012 and say they feel anything but retired – there is so much to learn, to …

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Buying and Selling at the Antique Flea Markets France

I set up a vintage furniture business in 2008 selling, along with many others, ‘shabby chic’ French style furniture on a national auction site. Business …

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Monte Carlo, Monaco and France, the French connection

The French Riviera, stretching from Marseille in the west to Menton, close to the Italian border in the east, is considered by many to be …

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Sarthe Saint Calais and the fete of the Chaussons aux Pommes

One of the best things for expats in France is the chance to explore their adopted country and find new places to love, festivals to …

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Expats in France | Author Alison Morton in Deux-Sevres

Alison Morton is an expat from the UK who moved to the lovely city of Thouars, Deux-Sevres, Poitou-Charentes, in May 2010. She is an author …

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Make friends in France with the help of a pooch!

It may be easier than you think when it comes to learning how to make friends in France says Louise  Denegre  from Connecticut, USA as she …

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Enjoying a spa break in the Languedoc

Early in the year, the Languedoc can be surprisingly pleasant. Weather-wise there are generally lots of sunny days and barely a spit of rain. It can …

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A Holiday in Limousin inspires a love of France

Author Jane Dunning remembers her first holiday in France which was to lead to an endearing love of the country and a book about one …

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Falling in Love with France

The Summer of Love, 1967, was a special time to be young and in Europe. Canadian author Patricia Sands looks back at the time when …

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