Author Simon James Uzès
Barefoot BloggerInspire: Art & Culture

My Meeting with Author Simon James in Uzès

Through my Uzès experience,  I’ve known and written about quite a few artists. Yet there was something extraordinary about meeting Simon James aside from his status as an award-winning writer and illustrator. Meeting Simon James Living in a “red zone” COVID world,  I miss the small, intimate art exhibitions that …

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Monaco Views
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What to See on a Day Trip to Monaco

One of the most famous locations on the French Riviera is the glamorous principality of Monaco. Although it is a separate country to France, it’s close proximity to Nice makes it a great place to head for a day out. Not only is it packed with beautiful views, stunning architecture, …

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Destination Nice French Riviera
Explore: Travel in ProvenceGuest PostRoad Trips South of France

French Riviera top 10 Best Eco-Friendly Things to Do

Guest Post: Have you ever wanted to take a trip to France’s French Riviera? Are you looking for fun activities that let you appreciate nature and its wonders? If you said “yes” to both of these questions, then the French Riviera is for you! If you’re looking for our list …

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Safe Cycling Top French Riviera en Famille
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Tons of Summer Family Fun on the French Riviera

After a rocky start to the year, the French Riviera beaches and the sparkling Mediterranean are calling your family’s name. The following post first appeared on French Riviera Family Activities with many suggestions for family-friendly fun on and off the coast. Family Fun Near the Coast Go Wild: An hour …

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Market strawberries Spend Day St-Rémy-de-Provence Market
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How to Spend a Day in St-Rémy-de-Provence

Lucky you, you’re coming to St-Rémy-de-Provence! But you only have one day to see the sights—what should you do? I’m here to help! My wife and I live part of the year in St-Rémy, so let me give you some ideas. The Best Market St-Rémy has one of the best …

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Visit Nice France Beach View
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Here are 4 Reasons to Visit Nice, France

When I did my equivalent of the Grand Tour of Europe (minus the stately balls) in my 20s, Nice was the place we landed after an exhausting whirlwind of cities and train rides. Broke and fatigued, my then-boyfriend and I decided to spend a few extra days recuperating by the …

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Provence During Autumn Emotional Escapes
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So Many Things to do in Provence During Autumn

Originally published on Emotional Escapes Blog: Being in Provence during Autumn is magical. Nature and landscapes always change. Just for the pleasure of the eyes, for your feed Instagram or for the photo album memories, where you can find the field of lavender or poppies, the deserted beach, the flamingos …

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November Events Provence
Ashley TinkerExplore: Travel in ProvenceWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

November Events in Provence

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: November in Provence. Bring on the chestnuts! We’re currently in Corsica and it seems that roasting them in your front yard is the thing to do. Love it. Are you in the holiday spirit yet? The massive amounts of high-quality chocolate boxes at the supermarkets …

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Autumn South of France
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Spend An Autumn Week South of France

Contributor blog post by Barefoot Blogger: How do you spend an autumn week in the south of France? Visiting beaux villages; going to brocante stores and outdoor markets; dining with friends and eating great food. That’s how! Have I told you lately how much I love France?After spending a few stressful months …

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October Events Provence
Ashley TinkerExplore: Travel in ProvenceWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

October Events in Provence, 2017 Fall Festivals and More

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: Octobre en Provence With the grape harvest long done due to a very dry summer, locals are concentrating on the olive harvest this month. You’ll drive by olive groves and see wooden ladders hidden among the trees. Furthermore, the olives vertes cassées made by many …

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