Have you ever seen a mysterious red license plate on a French car and wondered what it meant? Was the driver a diplomat? A military officer? A French James Bond saving the world from an evil genius?
No, the car was from the French Buyback Lease program. If you need to rent a car in Europe for more than a few weeks, this may the way to go. You get a brand new car with 100% insurance for less than the price of a normal rental.
Find out all about it at The Good Life France (page 106.)
This past spring I had the pleasure of meeting Janice Chung in Provence. Jan runs the great website France Travel Tips, with information about things to see and do all over the country. I love reading her stories about hidden corners of France that most tourists never see. An example is this story about sculptured seaside rocks in Brittany.
If you aren’t already a subscriber to Jan’s website, you should be!
It’s that time of year again, and what better gift than a copy of One Sip at a Time? It’s the perfect stocking stuffer for the francophile in your life! And it’s available from Amazon in paperback, Kindle or audiobook format—all under $10.
My best wishes to you and yours this holiday season.
Patricia Sands is a wonderful author and an inspiration to all of us who write about Provence. She liked my book (I’m thrilled!) and I had the honor of being interviewed by her recently. You can read the interview on Patricia’s blog here.
I’m giving away five free copies of my book via Goodreads. Tell your friends!
Here’s the link: http://tinyurl.com/y9bcu8ur
The entry form is also at the bottom of this page, or any page on my website.