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Newsletter July 2015
These are photos from my recent trip to Normandy and the D-Day beaches. Here's another set taken over a 24 hour period. I now understand why June 6th is called the longest day. Normandy in June, means 16 hours of sun, sun rises at 6 am and sets at 10 pm. I was also able to put together a Bayeux 'Then & Now' set of photos.

Carentan Then and Now
See how Carentan looked early in the 20th century and how it looks today.

A Passion for Paris: Romanticism and Romance in the City of Light
Abounding in secluded, atmospheric parks, artists' studios, cafes, restaurants and streets little changed since the 1800s, Paris exudes romance. The art and architecture, the cityscape, riverbanks, and the unparalleled quality of daily life are part of the equation.

Montmartre Funicular
Montmartre Funicular in Paris going up to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris from a postcard postmarked July 2, year unclear.

Traffic in France July 2015
As the school vacation starts on Friday July 3rd so does traffic congestion on French roads. Every Friday and Saturday in July is either Red or Orange.

Sales, Coping, Lavender and French Idiosyncrasies
Hangout starts with the summer sales. They last six weeks from June 24th until August 4th. Jan doesn't understand why there are still government controlled sales periods in France. But after following a product on the Internet for a month, she was able to, once the sales started buy it for half off.

French Idiosyncrasies
Two Americans talk about life in France, this week French idiosyncrasies.

Summer Sales
The 2015 summer sales in France start nationally on June 24th and run six weeks until August 4th.

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