Tallest Mountain in the Alps
This is one of the best views I’ve found of the Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in the Alps. The view is from the village of Cordon. Cordon bills its self as the “Balcony of Mont Blanc”. It’s difficult to see how one could dispute that claim.
Cantonal elections will be held in France on March 20th and 27th 2011. Cantonal elections are for councilors who will be elected for three-year terms and will serve in Conseil Générals (departmental legislative assemblies). France has 100 departments, each divided into cantons and all elect a councilor to serve in a Conseil Générals. Elections will take place in 2,023 cantons in France.
It’s all systems go for our next webinar - French Real Estate 101. It will be on Thursday March 3rd 2011, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM US West Coast, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM US East Coast and 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM French Time. To sign up please see https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/933151470. As with France 101 I’ll be doing this webinar with Jeanette Malleval, a former French real estate agent and now LifeSuccess Consultant. We will be talking about the French buying experience, homes for sale, what's a Notaire?, property types …
Photographer on the Côte d'Azur
Anyone looking for a photographer in the Nice/Cannes/ St Tropez area should have a look at this site www.bellamiella.com. It’s run by photographer (and newsletter reader) Lorrianne Paquette.
LeFrenchMobile is a SIM card for use in France. It’s designed for English speakers in France and offers the great advantage of being in English. American in France readers can get a €5 voucher by using this code: USFR11. For €20 (+ tax) you’ll only pay for your airtime and get the SIM card for free. €20 works out to about 51 minutes of airtime when calling the US.