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ma vrai maison By james crowe twenty11
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An amazing week away to Malaucène located South France. Beautiful weather, endless wine, great company, fun nights,challenging climb up Mont Ventoux, sunny days by the pool. Oh & yes a... More > wedding!!< Less
Nothing Good Happens After Midnight: The Autobiography of a Family By Pat and Jack Stewart
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A house full of five teenagers and two preteens is a recipe for trouble anywhere, anytime. But when the Stewarts move their clan from suburban America to live in central France, it becomes... More > rip-roaring hilarious, too funny for words. The boisterous high-jinks carry on when the family returns to the Deep South to lead a "normal" life. Until grandchildren come along. New challenges arise on each page for this quirky but lovable family. Side-splitting humor is balanced with a strong dose of how to raise kids that will benefit today's modern parents.< Less
Daydreaming about Italian Ice Cream By maria joy
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Arriving at the airport in Nice for a long weekend. no particular plans, just to drive along the coast, soak up the sun and maybe head over the border to Italy. Looking for pizza, ice cream and... More > waves< Less
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St. Jacques du Var By Dr. John Pollard
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St. Jacques du Var, a unknown hidden village in the south of France populated by hilarious characters and, quite importantly, a goat called Gerard. Soon to be the home of Magnificent Mary and her... More > husband David as they locate there and re-open the old Chateau as an superior hotel. Based on imagined characters developed during the author's fifteen-year stay in the village of Grimaud (which bears utterly no relation!), readers may think they recognise St.Topaz as St. Tropez, Ramabalou as Ramatuelle, Frein Vite as Garde Freinet and Club 69 as Club 55. How wrong can folk be?......... Follow ongoing village life on Twitter @gerardgoat< Less
Cabris en Provence By Maria Luisa Zaccheo Wahlberg
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In Spring 1991, my husband and I took a brief trip to the south of France, to the Côte d’Azur and Alpes-Maritime, motivated by the notion of buying a holiday home. In our search for a... More > home, we focussed on properties around Grasse. The object that caught our attention was a village perched beguilingly on the top of a hill. We learned that it was called Cabris en Provence—‘le plus jolie balcon de la Côte d’Azur’--and when we arrived at the village we were struck by its simple beauty and serenity. We knew it was the place we wanted to be, and found a house that perfectly matched our expectations, near the main square in the Rue des Marechaux. These drawings are in black on white. The preview shows the title of each drawing (on the facing page) followed by the drawing itself.< Less
Who the heck is Auntie Florette? By Andy Frazier
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Andy Frazier’s life has been a well trodden path. Growing up on a farm, running an array of businesses, firstly in agriculture, then in all sorts of random things to do with computers, all he... More > really wanted to do was spend time with his sheep. One day he woke up and realised the world no longer made sense, and that it probably hadn’t done for some time. So he ran away and hid. Thankfully, he gathered the love of a good woman en-route before setting up camp in South West France, in an old farmhouse with see-through walls and a few acres. At last he found peace - apart from the noise of a concrete mixer and hammer drill – where he could while away some hours doing something different. Since that day, Andy has eeked out a meagre living writing children’s books, as well as writing a monthly column for a UK magazine. Who the heck is Auntie Florette is the second book containing the authors thoughts on life in rural France compared to that back in his home village of Rock in UK over a one year period.< Less
Moments By Nick Dyer
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Photos colour/mono; landscape/detail countryside of the south of England in the 1980s, 90s.
Bottoms Up! I'm Not Really a Cyclist By John Roome
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A cycling adventure, travelling from the north of England to the south of France, via the Atlantic coast. History, culture and encounters abound in this amusing account of an unforgettable journey.
Miss Expatria By Christine Cantera
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On the advice of a Jesus-loving taxi driver while on the New Jersey Turnpike, Christine leaves Pavlov Memento, her deeply flawed boyfriend of seven years, two days before moving to Italy. She nurses... More > her heartbreak in an empty palazzo by the sea; then, with the help of her new friends - a group of men who call themselves the gay mafia - she moves to Rome and her new life begins. Follow her as she meets her First Italian, the Cheese Lady; Alessio, the handsome landlord; The Count, who whisks her away to Venice for Carnivale; and finally Cal, the Parisian-born Jersey boy living a parallel existence in the South of France who will change her life. But everything goes awry when she's forced to move back to New York, and she searches desperately for a way to return to Rome, Cal, and her beloved gay mafia. Will she succeed? Christine's real-life tale will make you laugh, make you hungry - and make you follow your dreams to the arrivals gate at your favorite destination.< Less

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