GPSmyCity
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in Provence

How GPSmyCity Has Changed the Art of Global Travel

Pre-smartphones, we used to buy travel guides, soft cover “bibles” that we studied before arriving in a new destination. We relied heavily on the written word to guide our travel experiences for must-see locations, places to stay, where and what to eat. During the 1980s, “Europe on $20 a Day” …

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Wattmobile electric scooter Pick-up
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExplore: Travel in Provence

Enter This Free Giveaway! Wattmobile Electric Scooter Trial

Car companies and investors are spending billions in their attempts to place first in the electric vehicle battle – Elon Musk’s race is on. Maybe that was on his mind when entrepreneur David Lainé exited from Marseille’s St. Charles station one morning back in the summer of 2011 and noticed …

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Patricia Sands Author Cote d'Azur @patricia_sands
Books on ProvenceCarolyne Kauser-AbbottLifestyle: Art & Culture

Book Giveaway! Patricia Sands Love in Provence Series

Patricia Sands is one of those people you cannot get enough of, she is warm, open and always ready for a discovery. Bitten by the European travel bug at age 21, Sands spent a year backpacking and exploring local cultures, many miles away from her home in Toronto. Through life’s …

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Mirabeau Wine Give Away @MirabeauWine
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Mirabeau Wine Emerges from a Dream

Keep reading for details on a contest and giveaway! Media sources and reputable wine journals have published countless articles about “Team Cronk” a nickname often used for the Mirabeau Wine duo Stephen and Jeany Cronk. The wine industry is teeming with personal stories of joys and heartaches, tales that are …

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Books on ProvenceThe Provence Post

Another Fine French Book Giveaway!

By Julie Mautner Clotilde Dusoulier‘s new book just came out and knowing her, I’m sure it’s wonderful. Since the New York Times just did a big story on it (see that here), I’ll skip over the background and just get to the juicy part: Clotilde’s publisher wants to give one of …

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