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Résidence Les Marroniers 2014 weeks now available

Source: www.residencelesmarronniers.com. Posted on 01 August 2013.

The holiday rental villa on the Mas de Gigaro - Résidence Les Marroniers - can now be booked for 2014. The demand from this idyllically set provencal house is high, so if you want to be sure to get the weeks you want next year, book now!

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Résidence Les Marroniers 2013 weeks now available

Source: www.residencelesmarronniers.com. Posted on 26 June 2012.

The holiday rental villa on the Mas de Gigaro - Résidence Les Marroniers - can now be booked for 2013. The demand from this idyllically set provencal house is high, so if you want to be sure to get the weeks you want next year, book now!

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Résidence Les Marroniers 2012 weeks now available

Source: www.residencelesmarronniers.com. Posted on 05 August 2011.

The holiday rental villa on the Mas de Gigaro - Résidence Les Marroniers - can now be booked for 2012. The demand from this idyllically set provencal house is high, so if you want to be sure to get the weeks you want next year, book now!

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Résidence Les Marroniers 2011 weeks now available

Source: www.residencelesmarronniers.com. Posted on 12 August 2010.

The holiday rental villa on the Mas de Gigaro - Résidence Les Marroniers - can now be booked for 2011. The demand from this idyllically set provencal house is high, so if you want to be sure to get the weeks you want next year, book now!

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Résidence Les Marroniers 2010 weeks now available

Source: www.residencelesmarronniers.com. Posted on 01 August 2009.

The holiday rental villa on the Mas de Gigaro - Résidence Les Marroniers - can now be booked for 2010. The demand from this idyllically set provencal house is high, so if you want to be sure to get the weeks you want next year, book now!

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Reason to love the French

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk. Posted on 07 November 2007.

Rowan Pelling for the Daily Telegraph writes: A book called 50 Reasons to Hate the French, written by two Brits, Alex Clarke and Jules Eden, has just hit the New York Times bestseller list. While I salute the authors on their amusing exploitation of our traditional enmities, I have to protest, "Au contraire, j'aime les français."

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Nice tramway opening: November 26, 2007

Source: provenceblog.typepad.com. Posted on 06 November 2007.

Provence Blog reports on the new tramway in Nice: The grand opening is scheduled for Monday, November 26, 2007 - just one month away. The tramway ticket office is not where we thought it was. The tramway will be part of the Nice bus system, and the information and ticket office is at 3 Place Masséna, on the western side of the Place Masséna, under the arches. The standard ticket price is 1.30 euros, for any distance.

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New book on surviving the French

Source: www.go-provence.com. Posted on 05 November 2007.

We love to hate the French - and vice versa. I read an amusing article in the Sunday Times entitled "why can't the English be more like the French?" and the sub-heading "with the high-speed link to London about to open at last, Hortense de Monplaisir warns her fellow Parisians of the horreurs anglais that await them". I read to find an amusing satire of English mores from a Parisienne's perspective, covering London houses, Boden catalogues, an Englishman's sex life and our love of Marks and Spencer, house price conversation and "me time."

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Collobrières: Annual chestnut festival

Source: provenceblog.typepad.com. Posted on 01 October 2007.

The annual chestnut festivals in Collobrières are taking place on the three Sundays of the 14th, 21st and 28th of October. Collobrières is deep in the forested hills of the Maures, west of Saint Tropez and northeast of Toulon and Hyères. This is excellent country for hiking, and a visit to the Carthusian monastery "Chartreuse de la Verne".

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Autumn in the Provence

Source: provenceblog.typepad.com. Posted on 30 September 2007.

The end of September has brought a sudden chill to the South of France, with a sharp transition from Summer to Autumn. One day of light rain, though, isn't enough after a few months of absolute dryness (while other parts of France and Europe have been having floods).

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