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Les voyages forment la jeunesse

I had been wanting to take a day-trip to Provins (pro-vah) for some time now. At the end of my job in Paris, a friend gave me some extra train tickets to this medieval town, so now was the time. … Continue reading

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Remettre sur les rails

Pérouges is an amazing village near Lyon in eastern France. It’s a perfectly preserved, walled medieval town without a power line or neon light to be found. It was a booming textile center, particularly linen weaving, until the end of … Continue reading

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