The big question for today's episode of the podcast is, when a French professor visits France, where does she go? The other question is, how do you make progress in French when people in Paris all speak English?

Brooke Koss is a French professor in Texas. She's spent a lot of time in France and her visits are a sort of whirlwind of activity going from friend's house to friend's house all over France. She calls herself a "Stéphanoise" which means someone from  Saint-Etienne. It's very much off the beaten track for most visitors and yet has a lot to offer.

Listen to this episode to find out why!

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Discussed in this Episode

  • Brittany (Bretagne)
  • Paris
  • Saint Etienne
  • Lyon
  • The Rhône Alpes area
  • Toraine
  • Dordogne
  • Roscoff
  • Ile de Batz
  • Les Jardins Suspendus de Marqueysac
  • Saint Etienne
  • Museum Museum
  • Pilat
  • Sainte-Maries-de-la-Mer
  • Camargue
  • Auvergne
  • Issoire
  • Lac Pavin (an eerie circular lake)
  • Vulcania
  • Le Puy de Sancy
  • Le Pal
  • Le Chateau de Val
  • Michelin tires museum
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