Posts Tagged ‘oysters’

Seafood Festivals in Provence

When we first moved to Provence we had to pinch ourselves on January days where we’d often sit in the sun for hours and bask…

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12 Reasons why Bordeaux is the Best City in France

HOLD ON wait a minute you say…have you forgotten Paris??? So to be fair, its absolutely true, nothing can match Paris. Its fame, iconic monuments and…

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Oyster-slurping with friends in Cap Ferret

Finding a hidden huîtrier (oysterman) near Cap Ferret in France with some friends and sitting down to gulp up over 100 oysters….

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Along the GR20, Corsica

Top Five Weekend Getaways in France for Summer and Fall

I have been in France for five years now and have done countless weekend and longer trips throughout l’Hexagone (the Hexagon, as France is often described). And every time I visit somewhere new, I end up adding more getaways in France to my list instead of crossing them off! There is still so much to explore. And yet, there are several corners of the country that keep drawing me back—physically and in my dreams! Here are my top weekend trip picks for the summer and fall seasons.

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The Most Romantic Restaurants in Paris

Recently on my radio show, I talked about some great picks for romantic dining in Paris, and I knew I had to share them with you here. With a plethora of restaurants in Paris, choosing where to dine is a tough call, so please let us know all your favorites either by leaving a comment on our site or by visiting us on Facebook.

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Ayala Brut Majeur

Ayala Brut Majeur

A fine champagne is the most festive and exalted of all French wines. Just open a bottle and friends will inevitably ask: “What are we celebrating?” The association of champagne with grand festivities […]

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Top 10 Things You Should Eat in Paris

One of the primary reasons people save their money and travel to Paris is for the extraordinary food. French desserts…

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The Very Best of the Aquitaine, France

The Aquitaine can be found in France’s south-westerly corner, nuzzling up to the Spanish border in the south and the Atlantic Ocean…

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Eight Things I love about France

After reading Vicki Archer’s little post on French Essence about the things she loved best about France it inspired me to write this post…

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