Mallemort view #Mallemort #Provence #Villages @PerfProvence
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Discovering Mallemort The Heart of Provence

My mother might not approve as some of my relationships these days start via social media – a tweet, a Facebook “like.” That is exactly how we ended up on a rocky trail bordered by the Durance River and cherry orchards with our new friend Charmaine. We spent a Tuesday …

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Uzes Market #Uzes @bfblogger2013
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On the Road in the South of France with Mon Fils

By Deborah Mon fils is visiting me in Uzes. Nothing could make me happier than to show him the sights and to introduce him to my new friends.First stop was Saturday market in Uzes. Even though the tourist season is over, the market this week was busy. Explore this Post …

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Cinema in Uzes @bfblogger2013
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Movie Night in Uzes: Carmen at the Met

By Deborah Somehow it seems strange to see a French opera, performed live in New York, broadcast live at a cinema in Uzes — with French subtitles. It was truly a memorable event. Carmen and more. Not only was it the first time I’ve seen the opera “Carmen” in full; …

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Luberon Village via MyDreamyProvence #Provence
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Autumn in the Dreamy Luberon villages and countryside

Jill Cowdry explores some of the Luberon villages of Provence in the Autumn and shares her beautiful photos in this blog post – click here.

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Camargue View #Camargue #Provence @PerfProvence
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St Maries de la Mer the Abrivado of the Year in Provence

The Camargue is the end of the watery road for the Rhone River. The Rhone finally dips its tentacles in the Mediterranean some 813 kilometers from its glacial source in Switzerland. From a frigid, violent start the water reaches the river delta and lazily unfolds, like a beach towel, before …

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Lynne Alderson’s Aixcentric Love for Aix en Provence

Challenged to find ratatouille and timely updates on current events, Lynne Alderson took matters into her hands and launched Aixcentric. After three-years, this blog is THE go-to source for what is happening in and around Aix en Provence. From bus strikes to gallery openings, from Marseille’s shopping to the best …

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Eygalieres Sunset #Eygalieres #Provence @PerfProvence
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Eygalières is Always worth a Visit

Maybe the panhandlers should have headed to Provence instead of California! Gold appears to be easy to come by under sunny Provencal skies, according to real estate agents who gush about the chic Cote d’Azur, the star-studded Var and Peter Mayle’s gold-dusted Luberon. The village of Eygalières has the geographic …

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Starting Tomorrow: 71

By aixcentric Amongst the new films starting in Aix tomorrow (Wed 5th Nov) is ’71’. This tells the story of a young soldier played by Jack O’Connell, caught up in the sectarian violence of Belfast. The film has just won the highest number of nominations in this year’s British independent …

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Hotel de Ville Aix-en-Provence #AixenProvence @PerfectlyProvence
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Hotel de Ville at the Heart of Old and New Aix en Provence

The Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall) and the busy square directly in front date from 1741 a time when Aix en Provence was the capital of Provence. The building was constructed for meetings between consuls and the Town Council. Today, the building remains the place where most administrative requests are …

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Halloween Train to the Cevennes

By Deborah Barefoot Blogger to the Halloween train to the Cevennes. Nothing like a ride on a train to the Cevennes with a gazillion Halloween goblins! Happy Halloween! Check out the fun photos Explore this Post Via:: Barefoot Blogger       

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