Welcome to the 18th All About France monthly link up all about France! You’re in the right place if you’re looking to link up a blog post, get some holiday inspiration or just have a read about your favourite country, France!
Back to the linky. Thank you to all who joined in last month, here are my favourite 4, mostly travel related as we head into the summer holidays. Anyone for tennis? by Little Wandering Wren, 14 ideas for a quick family stopover in Lyon by Untold Morsels, 5 reasons to visit the Camargue by Perfectly Provence and St Jean de Luz: pure Basque charm by Tanama Tales. If you haven’t already read these posts I highly recommend you do, you won’t be disappointed.
While on the subject of holidays, next month I’ll be on mine; we’re off to Spain and Portugal, road tripping as always, and I’m taking a break. I’m handing over the reins to Diane from Oui in France for the August edition of All About France, please show her your support. I’ll be back in la rentrée!
How to participate in All About France:
This is a link-up or linky – however you want to call it – so please SHARE THE LOVE. View, comment on and share fellow bloggers links, at least 2 (as well as mine) but ideally as many as possible, don’t just link-dump. Remember to come back a few days later to see who linked up after you.
Old and new posts are welcome but please limit them to 2 per link-up. Save the rest for future months.
Please add the All About France badge to the side bar of your blog and/or the post itself and a link back to either this page or the link-up. This helps to promote everyone’s hard work. Posts without these will be removed.
Use the hashtag #AllAboutFrance when sharing on social media. I will retweet tweets with the hashtag or if you mention me (@FibiTee).
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