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Outside the wine cellar 🍷

French people like to make deals and talk business during their lunch break. They meet in a restaurant, enjoy delicious food and discuss...

It's almost Christmas time

Once Halloween is over, it is time to get ready for Christmas. Yes, I know, it is only November. However, stores are opening their...

For the 'street art' lovers

Valence is a true paradise for street art lovers. Not only because the local scene is abundant, but also because many international...

Life of a winemaker 🍷

Based on my previous post about my internship, one could tell that winemaker's job is to eat well, drink wine and have fun. Well, it is,...

Field trip: Visit to Ardèche

"Over thousands of years, wind and water have endowed this southcentral region of France with a rugged landscape that is more reminiscent...

Discovering the lyonnaise cuisine 🍷

Lyon's cuisine is renowned for its rich, rustic ingredients, many of which were traditionally used by the city's canuts (silk weavers)...

French and their 'traffic' habits

Consider this as the second part of my post about some French facts I came in contact with in the past two months. This one, however, is...

7 things I noticed about the French

The French people have a reputation for being rude but, actually, manners are incredibly important in this country. Yes, they might seem...

Newbie at Domaine Betton 🍷

End of November is here and it's time to start my 4-week internship. I applied to work in one of the wine cellars close to Tain...

Bringing a piece of home to France

Why would being in France only mean I need to eat French cuisine? Why not bring a piece of my own country, my own culture, here? To...

There's no place like home

I am not really a person that gets homesick. I love travelling and everything that comes with it. I've been doing that since high school....

Art: The signature of civilisations

I’ve always thought of Paris as a city of art. All of my books talked about famous painters, residing in this Bohème city of love. For...

First snowflakes in the city!

The Rhône Valley is located in the southeast France, as we know so far. This means that winters can be quite cold due to the presence of...

Field trip: The making of olive oil

A week has passed and it is time for a new adventure. This time, we went to Huilerie Richard in Montoison to discover how they make their...

Field trip: Pierrelatte

Not all our field trips must be related to food and drink (just kidding, this is France. Of course there will be at least a croissant)....

Field trip: The capital of gastronomy

Lyon, the largest and most important city in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, is located on the banks of the Rhône and Saône rivers. Its old...

Grab new opportunities: internship

When applying to the French art de vivre certificate I was told there is a possibility of having a 2-week internship in one of the local...

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