Posts Tagged: france

French Presidential Election Update by The Economist

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The Economist released a video update of the upcoming French Presidential elections.

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France Bans The Mention of Twitter and Facebook: An Aggressive Act Against American Culture?

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France has banned the use of Twitter and Facebook on television and radio, begging the question, “What’s up with France?” Protectionist? Absurd? Is the French government protectionist against American culture or is there more to the story?

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Photo Journal: Chateau In The French Countryside

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How much time would you spend renovating your home from scratch? Follow me on a photo tour of a man and his wife who spent 18 years renovating a centuries old castle restoring it to its former glory with all the modern conveniences. The in-laws came for a weekend visit and all of us were… Read more »

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Stork Brings Spring Back To French Alpes

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After a disappointing snow season in the snow alpes, I’ve been left wondering what type of weather is to come for the rest of winter. A stork gives me some kind of indication that winter may be leaving early this year. Let’s say when your husband makes snowboards for a living and can hook you… Read more »

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Business Review: Pierre Gay Fromagerie

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When the French think of the Rhone-Alpes, they think fondue, raclette, and tartiflette. In order to fully experience such delightful recipes, one must purchase the best local cheeses. Where do Annecy’s distinguishing locals buy their cheese? The answer is clear: Pierre Gay Fromagerie.

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