I’m much too busy watching the Tour de France to know much else that’s happening in the world so instead I’ll issue a plea for help while everyone is in a holiday mood.
Although me and Mrs B spend as much time travelling around France enjoying ourselves and calling it work as possible it is taking a while to visit all 36000 communes in France ourselves, so we are always looking for input from other travellers and tourists, visitors and vagrants, expats and layabouts with nothing better to do.
A while ago I added ‘easy to use’ buttons on our pages about places in France so that our visitors could quickly share their comments and photos, local attractions and forthcoming events with us – and we’ve had a great response so far (thanks to all!)
But of course there is always room for more, so if you live in France, are visiting France this year, or have a computer burdened down with photos you took on previous visits, and are able to share a photo or a snippet of information with us it would be very welcome and very useful to our site visitors as well.
OK so we can’t pay you but just think of the happy warm feeling you’ll get from knowing hundreds of people will get from seeing your photos or learning about some attraction that you enjoyed visiting!
Feel like helping out? Well hugs, kisses and a virtual beer for you! You can find every single place in France, whether we already have an article about it or not, using the index at places in France, otherwise use the search box at the top of every page to help find somewhere. Or if you can’t be bothered with all that use the form on any page and just tell us what it relates to in the description box).
And we don’t ask for your email address if you send us something – not because we don’t want to say thanks, but because it puts people off helping if they don’t know if we are going to then send them adverts for cheap holidays every week for the next 10 years. We’re not…and without your email address we can’t.
By the way, the pictures shown above are the entrance to the deer park in Chateauvillain in the Champagne-Ardenne region, and Beaugency in the Loiret department, both recently contributed by our visitors. Thanks!