The Good Life France

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Review: The ultimate guide to the Canal du Midi

An essential guide for a Canal du Midi cruise holiday or day out. The Canal du Midi is world famous for boating holidays in France. …

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Fascinating facts about the French language

France has a love affair with its language. The French love nothing better than to have a heated debate or make a long speech. I …

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Writer Kate Mosse shares her favourite places in France

Bestselling author Kate Mosse chats to Janine Marsh about her favourite places in France… Kate Mosse is an international bestselling novelist, playwright and non-fiction writer. …

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The Little French Car in Paris by Stan Cheren

The Little French Car in Paris by Stan Cheren is a childrens book which whisks young readers away to the city of light in an …

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My French Platter by Annemarie Rawson

Annemarie is a New Zealander who collects new ‘best friends’ wherever she goes. In her 50’s she and her husband, Steve, packed up their house, …

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Short history of the Five Republics of France

You may have heard of the “Fifth Republic of France” and wondered what it meant. Hasn’t France been a republic since long ago, back when …

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The French Revolution Calendar

A royal family deposed, the eradication of royal and religious references, people power, a Queen who almost escaped to America, the start of the Napoleonic …

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Larousse THE French dictionary

Larousse is to France what the Oxford Dictionary is to the UK and much more. The annual new word quota for their dictionary is looked …

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Planning to teach French? 10 top French teaching resources

People are interested in learning French for all sorts of reasons. Some want to learn to enhance their travel experience in France. Others for fun, …

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Review: Winston Churchill, Painting on the French Riviera

Winston Churchill, Painting on the French Riviera is a beautiful coffee table book by Paul Rafferty. It’s a joy to read for any lover of …

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