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Over the last couple of weeks we've been busy getting into the Christmas spirit "à la Riviera", going to Christmas markets in vineyards and villages, exploring medieval towns decked out with festive lights and enjoying the sunshine in Nice.  Here is a small selection of images from these visits.

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Sunday Photo - 18 December 2016

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Grasse Christmas Noël

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What is a bûche de Noël?

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The Christmas meal in France, eaten on the evening of the 24th of December, wouldn’t be complete if it didn’t end with a delicious dessert of bûche de Noël, but what exactly is a bûche de Noël?  Literally translated bûche de Noël means Christmas log, and nowadays it comes in the form of a cake shaped more or less like a log.  Its origins however come from a real wooden log.bûche noël esther

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Sunday Photo - 11 December 2016

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Christmas swim December 2016

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