Show Notes for Episode 145: Honeymoon Ideas: the French Riviera

Show Notes for Episode 118: Marseille and Provence with a French Expat

Marseille and Provence with a French Expat, Episode 118

Isabelle and her daugther: Marseille and Provence with a French Expat

The Cannes Film Festival, Episode 110

The city and port of Cannes: Cannes Film Festival episodeDid you know that the Cannes Film Festival had humble and even scary beginnings? In today's episode we look back at how history gave this festival it's unique French flavor and discuss early winners because we love movies!

Guest Notes for Episode 83: Trip Report Provence and Chamonix

Trip Report Provence and Chamonix, Episode 83

Matt, his wife and daughters in front of snowy mountains in the Alps. Provence and Chamonix episode.Thinking about visiting the Alps and Provence with your family? Matt has some great tips for you and reports on what he and the kids enjoyed best.

Arles in Provence, Episode 66

The Roman Arena in ArlesHow did a minor city an hour away from the Mediterranean become such a vital Roman ship-building town in Antiquity? This and more on today's episode.

Pont du Gard in Provence, Episode 65

Pont du Gard and RiverThe Pont du Gard is 2000 years old and the biggest Roman edifice in France. It was part of an aqueduct and is one of the most stunning things you can visit in France. Great for the whole family too!

French Alps and Provence Tours, Episode 59

Montagne Sainte-Victoire with snow on it: French Alps and Provence Tours episodeThe French Alps have a lot to offer yet are not well-known. Cynthia Caughey offers tours that are at once action packed and bucolic, include gastonomy and wine, and offer in-depth knowledge of the area.

Cruise Tours in Provence, Episode 56

Beach near Cassis, France: cruise tours in provence episodeCruise tours in Provence with Provence native Véronique Flayol. She shares tales of Aix-en-Provence, King René, and the birth of the Calisson. How about a wheelchair accessible cruise tour with wine tasting and gastronomy on the side? But of course!