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Winter Blues? Bring a little Cote d’Azur sunshine into your life!

Contributor blog post by Girl Gone Gallic:

Explore Provence’s scenic “Route du Mimosa”! Grey skies getting you down? Ain’t no sunshine? What could be better to brighten even the darkest dreariest winter day than 130km (80 miles) of bursting scented golden poofs? So much better than popping Vitamin D pills or hiding under the blankets until spring!  A guaranteed surefire way to bring a smile to anyone’s face.

…Continue reading here for one of GGG’s in-depth articles. This one on the Mimosa trees of Provence and the Côte d’Azur. You can see these flowers in bloom starting late January thru early March. The “Route du Mimosa” starts in the village of Bormes-les-Mimosa and ends in the perfume capital of Grasse.

Via:: Girl Gone Gallic


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