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Newsletter September 2017
Differences between France and California.

Travel Wifi for France
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Avignon Blues Festival 2017
Blues, Folk, Soul, Rythm and Blues, Funk - October 7-14, 2017.

Traffic in France September 2017
After all the summer traffic congestion, September is a welcomed month, other than the first two days of the month it is all green (normal) in terms of traffic.

French School Holidays 2017/2018
The school year runs from September 1st to July 7th. Teachers start on September 1st, students September 4th.

Traffic in France August 2017
As usual August is a heavy traffic month in France. Each weekend is rated either Orange (Moderate Traffic) or Red (Heavy Traffic). There are also three regional Black (Very Heavy Traffic) Saturdays to watch out for.

Back by Popular Demand!
The continuing capers of two Americans living in France.

July 14th in France (Bastille Day)
July 14th is known to many outside France as Bastille Day. In France, July 14th is called fete nationale or le 14 Juillet. It's a double anniversary, the storming of the Bastille on July 14th 1789 and FĂȘte de la Federation on July 14th 1790. It symbolizes the end of the Monarchy and the beginning of what is now called the First French Republic.

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