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Newsletter April 2015
Spring in France means lots of things. One of those is elections. On March 22nd and 29th Departmental Elections took place. As expected the center-right UMP (Union pour un mouvement populaire)-UDI (Union des démocrates et indépendants) alliance succeeded in winning 28 departments previously held by the ruling PS (Parti Socialiste) and other left-wing allies. The PS was only able to take one department from the right.

8 Ways to See Paris Differently
Put down your guidebook and think outside the box. The Louvre, Eiffel Tower and the Orsay Museum are on everyone's list of things to do in Paris, but don't forget there are plenty of other ways to see Paris differently. The local team of Paris experts at The Paris Pass have put together a list of unique tours, classic institutions and a bit of the weird and wonderful.

Best in France to Play Pac-Man on Google Maps
Coolest places to play Pac-Man on Google Map in France. Brought to you on April 1st 2015 by Google.

March 31st, 1914
Poisson d'Avril (April Fool's Day) postcard dated March 31st, 1914.

Traffic in France April 2015
Here is the traffic estimation in France for April 2015. There is school vacation during the last three weeks of April plus one national holiday: Easter Monday on the 6th, that long weekend will see moderate to heavy traffic. In total there are six days that are rated as Orange (moderate traffic) nationally.

Southern Burgundy, Episode 61
Today on Join Us in France we visit Southern Burgundy, specifically the department of Saone et Loire (71) with Jeff Steiner of Americans in France.

Chamonix Valley Photographic Walks
The Photo Walks continue to provide an innovative way for world-travelers and photography buffs to discover and capture scenes and scenery of the Chamonix valley. Along with the now classic OPEN Photo Walk that has already pleased so many amateur photographers, there will also be a ONE TO ONE private photo-coaching Walk geared to the photographer keen to progress while in action.

Jan and Jeff No7
Baseball, elections and Pierre Bonnard.


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