French Expat Visa
Barefoot BloggerExpat Living and Real EstateLiving in Provence

Tips for When it’s Time to Renew your French Expat Visa

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Yes, it’s that time of year again. Time to renew the French Expat Visa. It’s a gift from France that keeps on giving. Wish I could say that everything about living in France is wonderful. But when it comes to dealing with French bureaucracy, frankly, …

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Tour Barefoot Blogger Patricia Sands
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in ProvenceGuided Holiday Tours

Tour with the Barefoot Blogger in the South of France

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Visit me in the south of France! I’ve raved about my life in Uzés and the south of France for the last four years. Now it’s time for you to make some memories of your own. Memories you promised yourself. I’m thrilled to invite you …

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Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in ProvenceRoad Trips South of France

Plan a Visit to Languedoc-Roussillon: France’s “Other French Riviera”

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: The third in the series of shore excursions for travelers on Mediterrean cruises, Nancy McGee of Absolutely Southern France is sharing ideas we all can use. Let’s see what she suggests for those who want to experience Languedoc-Roussillon. According to Nancy McGee, Languedoc-Roussillon is coming …

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Vincent Van Gogh’s St Remy Statue
Artists Inspired by ProvenceBarefoot BloggerLifestyle: Art & Culture

On Vincent Van Gogh’s Trail in Provence

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Now that I’ve seen the movie “Loving Van Gogh” — in French no less, with no subtitles — I’m remembering my first visit to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. I started my quest for Vincent Van Gogh’s trail in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence early on a beautiful, sunny morning. Temperatures were in the …

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Aigues-Mortes Rempart Gateway @Bfblogger2015
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in ProvenceProvencal History & TraditionsRoad Trips South of France

Inside Aigues-Mortes Walls: History, Torture and Transformation

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: There are hardly more historically significant towns in France than Aigues-Mortes. Within the walled city, legends and facts reveal a rich history of conquering heroes and suffering martyrs. Today the place has transformed into a popular destination for travelers, filled with souvenir shops and …

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Le Mistral Map
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in Provence

A Blustery Wind in Provence Le Mistral

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Living in the south of France is a beautiful thing. Except for the wind. It is so prevalent and so powerful that it has a name: “Le Mistral” Residents of Uzes have a saying about Le Mistral: “It sometimes lasts only one or two …

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Cevennes Saint Jean du Gard
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in ProvenceRoad Trips South of France

Road Trip to The Cevennes: Saint Jean du Gard

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: I’ve never visited the Cevennes other than in Autumn, but it’s definitely the time and the place to go. Especially on a Tuesday. It’s market day in Saint Jean du Gard. The mountainous town of Saint Jean du Gaud history dates back to the twelfth …

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French People Expat Living Uzes @bfblogger2015
Barefoot BloggerFrench Cooking ClassesTaste: Food & Drink

10 Surprising Things I’ve Learned About French People

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Cook’n with Class Uzes gives me the opportunity to explore my personal feelings about living in France in their monthly blog. You may be surprised what I’ve learned about French life. When I came to France to live four years ago, I knew very …

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Mas d'Augustine France Chambre d’Hôte
Barefoot BloggerBed & Breakfasts in ProvenceStay: Accommodation & Rentals in Provence

A Southern France Chambre d’Hôte: The Season Finale

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Now that we’ve followed a year in the life of Brit expats, Jane and Gary, at their southern France chambre d’hôte, let’s see how the season ends at Mas d’Augustine. (The excerpt below is from Jane). The September and October sunshine is glorious, with …

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Roman Antique Theatre Orange France
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in Provence

Three Very Good Reasons to Visit Orange, France

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: Not everyone who goes to Provence makes a stop in Orange, France. I’m not sure why because it’s not that far from popular places like Avignon and Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Plus, it’s an extraordinary place to visit. I’ve been to visit Orange, France three times now. For …

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