Category: France

5 Markets to Visit in the South of France

Every summer, I like to try and spend a little bit of time with Ben’s family at their house close to Béziers, in the Occitanie region of South West France. One of the simple joys of those holidays is spending a morning wandering around a market, picking out food for lunch and presents for the friends and family back home.

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Bruxelles Ma Belle

I’m angry. Brussels is my city. I lived there for five years. I have many friends there. For the first time since the London bombings on 7th July 2005, I’ve spent a day texting, calling, emailing and messaging friends to make sure they’re still alive. I’ve spent a day glued to the live feed of various news websites.

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Eating at Les Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse

If you like markets, eating, drinking and taking pictures, then you really need to make sure that Les Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse is part of your travel itinerary for Lyon. With fifty stalls offering a wide range of products, from saucisson to seafood, from candied fruits to cake, from snails to quails (probably), you’re bound to find something interesting to tempt you.

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