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Market Halls in Southwest France

Being a part-time unpaid librarian does have a few compensations. One of them is coming across a wonderful magazine – well, I think it is – entitled Midi-Pyrénées Patrimoine. It’s available in our Médiathèque. You’re not supposed to borrow the … Continue reading

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French winter market

Our village market in winter occupies a different world from its summer version. There are many more stalls in summer, when jewellery sellers rub shoulders with purveyors of over-priced charcuterie. As I walked down into the market square this Tuesday, … Continue reading

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French markets

  We all love going to French markets. The array of misshapen and sometimes eccentric items (and that’s just the customers); the banter between stallholders and customers; the sight of French people in pursuit of that most serious of pastimes, eating; … Continue reading

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