Eurostar train service to #Provence @Aixcentric
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Eurostar London-Marseille Direct

By aixcentric Booking has opened today for this new service which will be the first time the Eurostar, in its 20+years existence, has gone as far as the Med. It starts 1st May and services will be twice a week, increasing to five times a week during the summer. It …

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Actiform Starting 2015 with a Different Splash!

By aixcentric If tomorrow marks the start of the new you – health, fitness and all the usual resolutions – you may want to have a look at Actiform at Les Milles. I’m posting this for two reasons: firstly la Belle-fille Aixcentric thinks it’s wonderful – she does aquabiking and …

Philippe Goninet
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Philippe Goninet St Remy’s Tourism Foodie

They had all booked a week exploring Provence – a dream trip! Now, these 10 adults are seated in a slightly warm mini-van – some of the group swoons over the lavender fields and others love Van Gogh, some are early risers and others are always late. Meet Philippe Goninet …

Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse #Lyon @bfblogger2013
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Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse and New Chausseurs

By Deborah Day Two in Lyon was a rainy day so a perfect time to do some shopping. Not that I need an excuse to shop! First stop was the city market in Lyon , known as “Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse.” The outside of the building is less …

Skiing Provence Ski Hills @MydreamyProvence
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Snow, magic and crackling fires near Provence – shall I ski?

It has been a year since an unfortunate and dramatic ski injury in Switzerland whilst on a family holiday. As always, time heals and I am itching to go to the mountains again. I adore the Savoie region of the French Alps and if there is one other place I …

Bouchon Lyonnais via @bfblogger2013 Lyon
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Lyon Day One: Hog Heaven

By Deborah It took less than three hours for Mon Fils and I to find a restaurant in Lyon that’s worth writing home about. We arrived by train at five in the afternoon and we were ordering “bouchon lyonnaise” style at the Bouchon de l’Opera by eight. Explore this Post …

La Zourcière #Provence @PaulShawcrossuk
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Explore Nice and Beyond a Paul Shawcross App

Paul Shawcross is an Economics major who turned his sights to travel, photography and writing in the 1990s. He has written many freelance articles for Francophile publications. His experience led Michelin to knock on his door for help writing and revising their Green Guides – for a long list of …

What is Travel WIFI
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My New Favorite Travel Companion

By Julie Mautner If you travel internationally, you know what a hassle it can be to get online without racking up huge roaming charges. Lots of people buy a local SIM card but they’re not always available and many devices don’t take them. Plus, a new SIM means Explore this …

Lyon View from the bank of the Rhone @bfblogger2013
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Lyon: A Feast For the Eyes

By Deborah Now that you have seen some of the foods that make Lyon one of the world’s great pleasures, here are a few of the sights that make the French city a true world treasure. View from the bank of the Rhone Rubin sculpture in the entrance garden to …

Week in Provence
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Win A Sensational Week in Provence!

By Julie Mautner I first heard about Passports with Purpose at a travel-blogging conference a few years ago in Spain. I was so inspired by co-founder Beth Whitman‘s talk that I signed on immediately to help. My contribution to the fundraising effort that year (2012) Explore this Post Via:: The …