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Balloons over Daglan

People have been going up in hot air balloons in France since 1783, courtesy of the inventive Montgolfier brothers. Today, hot air ballooning is a popular tourist activity in the Greater Daglan Area — and our village often has some … Continue reading

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RFD grows along with Daglan

Happily, Radio Free Daglan and the village of Daglan itself seem to be getting along quite well, thank you. After nearly three years of postings, I’m finding that more and more holiday home owners and tourists — as well as … Continue reading

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Lunch under the chestnut trees

Yesterday I reported on Tuesday’s superb lunch at Le Vieux Logis, a lovely restaurant that’s certainly worthy of its Michelin star. Now let’s have a look at a similar lunch the very next day at another Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Gindreau, … Continue reading

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