Happy Easter #Provence @CuriousProvence
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Joyeuse Pâques! Easter in Provence

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: The bakeries are full of hand made chocolate, the church bells have stopped ringing last Thursday only to burst to life on Sunday morning, and just about everyone is planning a large meal that is sure to include some local lamb and spring veggies. The …

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Arles Arena by Keith Van Sickle
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How to Spend a Week in Provence

Contributor blog post by Keith Van Sickle: What to see and do with a week in Provence? Here is a 7-day itinerary that covers a mix of historical sites, hilltop villages, and local markets. You can stay in one spot and make day trips to each of these towns. A …

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Provence Vacation Photography @CuriousProvence
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Wedding and Vacation Photography in Provence

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: On Trend: Provence Vacation Photography You may wonder why there haven’t been many posts on Curious Provence recently. Well, I’ve been busy photographing couples in the villages of Provence. Vacation photography, with sites like Flytographer, is growing in popularity.Couples are not only getting married in …

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Sundays in the Luberon @VaucluseDreamer
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How to Spend a Sunday Pottering Around in Provence

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: I always love Sundays in and around the Luberon, whether it’s an early morning start in the summer to head off bargain-hunting at the vide-grenier in a nearby village or a gentle cycle out for breakfast at the wonderful ‘Farmers’ Market’ at Coustellet. In …

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Dusting of snow on the tops of the hills near Lyon
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Take a Mid-Winter break in Provence 

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: There is something about arriving in the Vaucluse that just makes the stress slip from our shoulders and today’s arrival in the depths of winter was no different. Travelling at this time of year is a little bit more complicated than during the summer …

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Roasted Scallops with Hazelnut and Rose Butter @MirabeauWine
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Roasted Scallops a Valentine Recipe by Mirabeau Wine

Roasted Scallops with Hazelnut and Rosé Butter on Polenta Mash. Enjoy the dish with a chilled glass of Rosé and enjoy la Saint Valentin.

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Coffee in Provence @Aixcentric
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The Best Places for Coffee in Provence

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Want to know the best places for coffee in: Marseille Aix-en-Provence Bouches du Rhone – La Ciotat, Arles and Salon? The myprovence website has listed places that are noted for their excellence – they have done this to dovetail with the new ‘Café In’ expo at …

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holiday-musings @Margo_Lestz
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Holiday Musings from Provence

Contributor blog post by Margo Lestz: As the holiday season approaches, I hope everyone is getting ready for some happy times with friends and family, or maybe just a nice, quiet break from the normal routine. Whatever type of season you are planning, I hope it is filled with joy. As …

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French Brocante @Bfblogger2015
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What’s So Special About French Brocantes?

Contributor blog post by Deborah Bine: Tell me there’s a brocante nearby and I’m there! If I start off another blog post with “one of my favorite things,” please excuse me. It’s just that it’s so hard for me to contain myself when describing some of the fun things to …

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Searching For Peter Mayles Provence #Book @unxplorer
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Published New Book, Searching for Peter Mayle’s Provence

Contributor blog post by Susan Guillory: After a year and a half of writing it (and mostly ignoring it), my most recent book, Searching for Peter Mayle’s Provence, is live in the Kindle store! It’s a sweet little collection of stories that are, I hope, humorous takes on my five …

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