Join us on a photo journey of France, Europe and beyond on our photoblog. Click on the photo or go to: www.france-and-beyond-photoblog.com
If you have an IPhone or IPod and are planning a visit to Chambery, buy my ITunes App. It will walk you through the city of Chambery to each historic landmark with walking directions, history, a map, and narrative. It's just $2.99. Click on the above photo of the elephant fountain for the link to the app.
CarolLee Miles started her career in 1986, and by 1990 she had already traveled to all 7 continents and developed a passion for cruising!Miles shares many professional, personal and philosophical secrets in Getting Paid to Cruise. If you’re looking for career change, this book is for you.
Get my Chambery, France Guide Book free with the purchase of my Cookbook: 'French Comfort Food: Recipes of Savoie and the French Alps.' Get both for only $7.99. Click the photo to get more information or to purchase your books now.
A basic grammar and vocabulary review of the French language, as well as some informal & slang vocabulary and a special section on vocabulary for English-speaking expatriates living in France. Also included is an appendix on French pronunciation for English speakers as well as IPA transcriptions for most of the vocabulary lists and all of the verb conjugations.
Visit the Store to buy the e-book for $9.95 or paperback book for $24.95.
Join us on a small group tour of the French Alps on June 8-15th, 2013. I designed this tour to include the best of the region. Wander the Medieval town of Annecy, nicknamed the Venice of the French Alps, and take a boat ride on its crystal blue lake. Are you the adventurous type? Then parasail tandem off a mountain or take a cable car up to a 13,000 foot mountain near Mont Blanc. Are you a foodie? Taste local chocolates, cheeses, wines and hazelnut oils. Eat at two award-winning restaurants and have your private chef cook meals made with local products. Are you a history buff? Then satisfy your curiosity at Lyon's Old Town or Vienne's Roman Temple and excavated Roman city. Or just enjoy watching the parasailers and sunset while enjoying an outdoor aperitif on the top of a mountain overlooking Annecy's lake. See you in the French Alps! www.french-alps-tours.com
Get my ECookbook: 'French Comfort Food: Recipes of Savoie and the French Alps.'
51 recipes of the region, collected from friends and local cookbooks. This is the only English language Savoie and French Alps cookbook in print. Only $7.99 and includes a bonus book: The Chambery Guide Book.
Click the photo to buy yours now or go to the Cookbook Page on the Navigation Bar!
Like most non-French people, I had never heard of Savoie or Chambery and knew almost nothing of the French Alps. That is, until I met my Frenchman. Once I started visiting the region, I was stunned at how beautiful and diversified the area was. From grandeur mountains, to rolling hills, to gorgeous blue lakes, to quaint charming towns, to wineries and vineyards…it was all right here. Here are a few photos of the region.
See for yourself its beauty.
Have you visited the area? Share your secret finds and travel tips here.
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