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Newsletter April 2015
Spring in France means lots of things. One of those is elections. On March 22nd and 29th Departmental Elections took place. As expected the center-right UMP (Union pour un mouvement populaire)-UDI (Union des démocrates et indépendants) alliance succeeded in winning 28 departments previously held by the ruling PS (Parti Socialiste) and other left-wing allies. The PS was only able to take one department from the right.

Top 10 Hidden Travel Gems
During your next French vacation impress all your friends by visiting one of these 'off the beaten path' travel gems! Sometimes off the beaten path isn't far and worth the visit.

Jan and Jeff (April 24th, 2015)
Scheduled for April 24th, 2015 at 11am French time. This week we'll be talking about language faux pas. We have ours do you have yours?

Ooh-la-la (Max in Love)
Max, the dog poet, is finally in Paris, and all the most elite Parisians want to show him around. But when he sees the Dalmatian Crepes Suzette perform at the Crazy Wolf, he knows he's found the dog of his dreams. Full-color illustrations throughout.

RER Line C
The Palace of Versailles is accessed on RER Line C. Make sure to use trains for Versailles-Chateau - Rive-Gauche! Versailles has other train stations but Versailles-Chateau - Rive-Gauche is closest to the palace.

April 18th, 1912
Postcard of La Madone in Saint Gengoux le National dated April 18th, 1912.

Jan and Jeff (April 17th, 2015)
The Hangout starts with Jan and Jeff speaking about doing their taxes. As Americans they have to file a tax return for both France and the US. The Hangout moves to Jeff mentioning a very popular post on his facebook page it was an article titled: I went to McDonald's in France and discovered how America is doing it all wrong.

Burger King in France
To much fanfare Burger King reopened in France in 2012. The first restaurant in the reconquering of France opened at Marseille Provence Airport in late 2012. Paris' first restaurant was at Saint-Lazare train station in December 2013. This Paris restaurant sometimes has waits of up to an hour. The second restaurant in Paris opened near the Alesia metro stop in the 14th district.


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