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Cassis: port, calanques and Marcel Pagnol

Cassis, a beautiful village situated east of Marseille southern France, is a very interesting destination. Its harbor, cliffs and the sheltered inlets called calanques, make it a trip you shouldn’t miss. Advertisements

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Annecy, the Alpine Venice

With its lake and canals crossing the historic town, Annecy has been called “Alpine Venice” or the “Venice of Savoie” for its resemblance with the italian city. I went to Annecy on a rainy, cold day and fell under its charm. 

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A getaway weekend in France: Part II

Charming and beautiful, St-Malo, which is located some 50 Km away from Mont Saint-Michel, is as impressive and magical as the latter. Saint Malo is a walled port city in Brittany in northwestern France on the English Channel. It is a sub-prefecture of the Ille-et-Vilaine. (Source:Wikipedia)

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A getaway weekend in France: Part I

I had the chance 2 months ago to visit 2 magical places during a getaway weekend with my friends in France. We had reserved our hotel and rent a car online and so, on a Friday night, we were set for … Continue reading

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