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Newsletter September 2014
Postcards first appeared in the middle of the 1800's and had their first general use in France during the Franco-Prussian War. The golden age of postcards in France was from 1900 to 1920.

Past Imperfect, by Tony Stowers
Everything you wanted to know about teaching English - a non-nonsense approach to the realities of an English teacher in France. This book is in three sections - before: teaching in a provincial French city and preparing to move to Paris. During: living and working in Paris. After: leaving Paris and re-locating.

Chez Peshi in Burgundy
Say Americans in France sent you and get 50 euros off! A Chez Peshi vacation holiday in Burgundy's wine country is an opportunity to experience the real France and enjoy one of the most captivating regions of Europe. Chez Peshi is a fully-furnished private home in Saisy, a farm village minutes west of the charming, medieval market-town of Nolay. It is at the center of a vast area considered among the most beautiful in France - a region of stunning scenery, unbounded outdoor opportunities, three thousand years of fascinating history, castles and chateaux, Roman antiquities, cathedrals and monasteries, quiet winding canals, palate-pleasing gastronomy and, of course, the world's finest wines.

Chamonix Valley Photographic Walks September 2014
It's about time. The PHOTO WALKS are buckling down. Getting serious. About photography, that is. Understanding aperture priority, experimenting with ISO, having fun with speed variations. Mastering all that while discovering the most photogenic spots in the Chamonix valley. Private photography coaching and post-production workshops can be arranged upon request.

September 5th, 1904
Mess hall in Verdun from a postcard dated September 5th, 1904.

InterNations
Are you an expat in France? Join InterNations, a trusted Network for expats. They organize events and activities in over 390 cities around the globe and provide relevant information to help expats like you settle in.

September 4th, 190x
Bassin de Laton in Versailles from a postcard dated September 4th, 190x.

La Roche de Solutre
Beware of Falling Horses, Cavemen and Mammoths! La Roche de Solutre is a great place to stretch your legs and take in the landscape. A walk to the top of La Roche - The Rock takes about an hour.


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