AngloINFO French Riviera
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There are many reasons why people move away from their home country: career opportunities, temporary expat job assignments, study, retirement, an improved quality of life, family commitments, second-home ownership or permanent emigration. Whatever the reason for moving, life in a new place can be unusual, complicated or just difficult. Whether you have been living abroad for ten years or you are just thinking about moving, AngloINFO is here to give you dependable support - whenever and wherever you need it.
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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout the Côte d'Azur. This week’s 15 different films include Woman in Gold, Amy and Ant-Man. Find out more...
Choose from 70 different things to do today, or from 194 future events on the Côte d’Azur. Or take your pick from 27 of today’s local markets! See more...
- 465 pages about life on the Côte d’Azur
Just hired, or looking for work? Find out about employment contracts, including benefits and legal requirements. Read More...
Find out about the French and the international primary, secondary and university school systems. Read More...
Who to call and what to say in an emergency, including numbers for police, ambulance, fire and rescue.
Find out how to get power, water and gas turned on and how to get the rubbish removed. Read More...
Moving to or from the Riviera? Previously Tooth Transport, with over 30 years' experience of international removals. Secure removals, security cleared staff, modern, satellite-tracked fleet,...
Maintenance, repairs, refits and care service for all boats & yachts. Exterior and interior renovation, marine plumbing work, electricity, diesel motor maintenance and installation of garbage...
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- Riviera Ramblings, French Riviera
What could be more traditionally French than the baguette, that long slender loaf of bread that has become an instantly recognised symbol of France? At any hour of the day, on the streets of any village, town, or city, you are likely to see the French strolling along with one of these elongated ... Read moreby Margo Lestz on June 8, 2015