It’s December!  Let the festivities begin!  Welcome to the Christmas edition of All About France the monthly link up all about France. If you’re a blogger and this is your first time you might want to find out what it’s all about here. If you’re simply visiting my blog for a read then I hope you enjoy all the posts about France; you’ll find plenty more from previous link ups here.

Thanks to everyone who linked up last month, it was the biggest yet with 50 whopping posts!  Here are some of my favourites: The strange noises French people make (Oui in France), I literally laughed out loud and spluttered on my coffee when listening to Diane’s hysterical noises performed by her French husband. I recognised so many from my French inlaws in particular who make a lot of those sounds!  I love finding out more about France’s overseas territories and really enjoyed A glorious rock (Journey of a Blogvelist). Visiting Van Gogh in St Remy (Outside Suburbia) got me wanting to visit that part of Provence, so close and yet I don’t know it well and Maria’s photos in Autumn in Normandy (Multicultural Kid Blogs) were just dreamy.  If you haven’t already read these posts I recommend you do now!

So who’s already put up their Christmas decorations?  Done all their Christmas shopping?  Been to a panto or Christmas market?  Just asking because now that it’s December I’m ready to embrace the Christmas spirit.  We’ve been to a marché de noël and will be putting up our tree this weekend. I’m really hoping there might be some festive posts linked up this month.

Christmas market Le Rouret Alpes Maritimes France

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  • As host I will comment on every post linked up and share them on my social media channels. Every month I also highlight a few of my favourites from the month before.

Enjoy your travels around France and wishing you all bonnes fêtes de fin d’année!

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