It’s been a particularly cold period across France, and we hope that you are all keeping safe and warm. Our own recent trip to France was curtailed due to the weather – we were due to come back to the UK late tonight, but decided to bring it forward by 2 days to avoid the worst of the forecast Brittany and Normandy snow and ice.
I was surprised to get a response from Brittany Ferries when I complained about them on Twitter. This should be a normal PR activity for all businesses though.
Do you need a personal website to market your holiday rental property or are holiday rental listing sites good enough to deliver the return you need for your money? Here’s a slightly updated article that I wrote a year or so ago, but which I think is relevant still.
Tartiflette is a French dish from the Haute Savoie region of France, made with potatoes, reblochon cheese, cream, and lardons. It is not for the faint hearted, nor those on a diet, but is very popular in French ski resorts.
Nicola’s stomach can just about cope with watching her children dunking their breakfast bread into their milk, then pouring their cereal into the milk and finally drinking the milk. This dunking habit is firmly ingrained into the French culture, and it’s not just bread that is dunked…
Simon had really busy weekend attending a funeral with the Tempo fanfare band and then playing Verdi in Penvanen.
It has been an exciting six months since Bistrot Les Tontons opened in Place Saint Pierre, Saumur and today is no exception… as we can announce our bar à vin now joins other respected places to eat in the reputed restaurant guide ‘Petit Futé’.
The long-standing January tradition of Galette des Rois and the search for the ‘feve’ is popular all over France.
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