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As all eyes are focused on the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, few realize the Olympic Games as we know them today...

I first met Peggy Kluck, at the Café Divan in Eauze, (capital of the Armagnac region) seated with someone I already knew. We had...

The basilica of Vézelay, Yonne Where it all began The history of Vézelay goes back to Neolithic times.  Once called Mount Scorpion because, seen from above,...

One sunny, spring afternoon, I decided to take a drive towards Agen, forty-five minutes from where I live, where I heard there was an...

If you're a photography lover and you're planning a visit to France this summer, a must see is Les Rencontres d'Arles. Situated in the small...

The city of Palladio Tolosa,Toulouse, began at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic on a finger of the Garonne River ...

The Basque village of Biarritz was a glittering resort at the end of the 19th century.  Initially used as a port city by the...

It’s hard enough to watch your weight at home – but in France, the home of croissants and fromage, it is even harder. Even...

If you’re starting to think being a tourist in Paris is real work and you need a change of pace, a pleasant and relaxing...

  If you have to explain to a US customs inspector what St. Bart’s is, you might cause some confusion. You see, St. Bart’s...

The Camargue region is one of the most unique areas in France, a vast salt delta and marshland nestled in between the two...

The Bois de Vincennes, a sprawling park to the east of Paris, is best known for its eponymous Château that dates back to the...