Tag Archives: French Riviera

Festoyer

As summer winds down, it’s not too late to squeeze in one last trip. Saint-Paul-de-Vence is one of the most visited villages in Provence. It became famous thanks to French stars Simone Signoret and Yves Montand in the 50s. This … Continue reading

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Société Nationale des Chemins de fer français

I’ve just returned from a trip to Paris and the south of France with 11 wonderful students from my school. They did themselves, their school, and their families proud by receiving compliments for their good manners wherever we went. Our … Continue reading

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Passer un film

Cannes is a city on the Côte d’Azur in between Antibes and St. Tropez. It’s most famous as the home of the Cannes film festival, but I prefer its less glitzy side. Twenty-three hundred years ago, Cannes was founded as … Continue reading

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C’est le coq du village

I’ve been on an “I’m dreaming of the South of France” kick lately. Villefranche-sur-mer is another sun-drenched Mediterranean village that’s worth checking out. Villefranche is nestled between Nice and Monaco. You can walk from here to Cap Ferrat to see the … Continue reading

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