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Beautiful Perigordine style property with a pool.
Beautiful Perigordine style property with a pool. Beautiful Perigordine style property with a pool.
Beautiful Perigordine style property with a pool.
Dordogne, Pomport More Info
3 bed Stone Eco friendly house with pool and panoramic countryside views.
3 bed Stone Eco friendly house with pool and panoramic countryside views. 3 bed Stone Eco friendly house with pool and panoramic countryside views.
3 bed Stone Eco friendly house with pool and panoramic countryside views.
Lot-et-Garonne, Nérac More Info
Stone farmhouse renovated with taste with 2 gites
Stone farmhouse renovated with taste with 2 gites Stone farmhouse renovated with taste with 2 gites
Stone farmhouse renovated with taste with 2 gites
Tarn, Cordes-sur-Ciel More Info
Beautifully presented stone complex with established rental income and fab views
Beautifully presented stone complex with established rental income and fab views Beautifully presented stone complex with established rental income and fab views
Beautifully presented stone complex with established rental income and fab views
Lot-et-Garonne, Tombebœuf More Info

The French Apero - Do’s and Don’ts

It’s a fabulous feeling when you receive your first invitation to aperitifs at a French friends house but can also be somewhat daunting. Just follow these simple rules to ensure your visit goes with a swing!

  • Do remember to arrive (and leave!) on time - don’t stay longer than 2 hours.
  • Do remember not to ask for wine – a kir or a vermouth or perhaps a gin and tonic.
  • Don’t forget to take a small gift – some chocolates or a little plant but never a bottle.
  • Don’t ask for a tour of the house – most French are very private people.

And finally, do remember to enjoy yourself!