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Delicately balanced wine, farmhouse aged cheese, lavender, poplar trees, and world-renown light that every artist from Van Gogh to Picasso has immortalized in their paintings -yes, it’s just another day in southern France. Southern France is dotted with walled cities, … Continue reading

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From the glamour of Cannes to the glitz of Saint Tropez, the French Riviera is as famous for its fast cars and chic celebrities as it is for the Mediterranean’s azure blue waters and charming villages. Enjoy the best of … Continue reading

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Old abbeys, vibrant artists’ gardens, historic beaches and charming fishing villages: Normandy, located just one to two hours from Paris by coach or rail, offers all that and more. Normandy, situated along the English Channel in northern France east of … Continue reading

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Scotland is the birthplace of golf. It’s generally accepted that the game originated there during the Middle Ages. In fact, the name “golf” is derived from the Scots word, “gouf,” meaning stick. Some of the most beautiful, rugged and challenging … Continue reading

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Have you been to Paris? Have you already explored the Riviera? The Bordeaux wine country awaits, and what better way to tour this historic region of France than with a slow-moving barge cruise. Rather than rushing around on a bus … Continue reading

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