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Happy Bastille Day to all you Franco-fans!

I hope you all find some time today to celebrate the things you remember and love about France, or that you love and are yet to experience (but will soon!).

So whether it is pain au chocolat, an almond croissant, caffe latte or a glass full of French bubbles (or all!) that is your choice as an aide memoir, I hope you have a wonderful day!

And spare a thought for those 2,000+ anxious, frowning, yelling, horn-honking drivers who are circling the Place de la Bastille to celebrate their freedom!

Bonne chance!

Rob

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