The small village we live in is dead during winter. There were a couple of restaurants open on certain days, and no bars. In France if your business is dependent on tourism, like a restaurant or bar, the government gives you a subsidy of two-thirds of your summer income during the winter to keep you going – so most of them close of course.
So when the weather started picking up in April and some establishments showed signs of preparing to open I was excited. Continue reading “Drinking in France: Sadly Lacking Jaegerbombs”