Provence has year round charms. From poppy fields in spring to lavender fields in summer and the ripe vineyards of the fall. But in the winter holiday season, festive
Restaurants in France are now open for business, subject to certain Covid-19 restrictions.
A mask is required when you walk into the restaurant or at any time when you
The basic precautions to minimize risk of contracting or spreading coronavirus are similar in France to those in the UK, with one important difference.
In France, the social distancing
The chances are that you will be using France’s network of autoroutes if you are travelling to your destination by car. Here, we provide some advice and guidance to
Now that the FCO guidance on travel to France for “essential reasons only” has been lifted, you will want to make sure your travel insurance policy
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With such diverse landscapes and locations, it can be hard to know where your motorhome adventure around France should take you. Famous cities, hidden hilltop
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As of 22 June France is now in the 3rd phase of “déconfinement“, the relaxation of lockdown rules.
Cinemas, holiday centres, sports halls
When you travel to France this summer you will need to observe certain legal requirements to minimise the risks of spreading or contracting Covid-19. Of the various precautions in
Beating the odds
With no command of spelling and reluctant to speak, Auguste Rodin had a tough time at school, preferring to draw or mould clay instead. The odds were
I truly hope you and yours are well.
Last week I went out to dinner for the first time since February. Mark (my other half) and me went