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Gargoyle and Eiffel Tower

The title of this post is in no way meant to disparage the French, it's just that they have a very different take on Halloween.  It's easy to understand why a country known for sophistication and taste might not embrace a celebration that has many adults dressing up in silly costumes.  Worse than that, the waste of perfectly good pumpkins may be the biggest barrier to the French ever embracing Halloween.  Peter Mayle, the author of "A Year in Provence", shares his experiences.

Happy alowine!

 

 

 

Photo by sarah|rose under Creative Commons license.


 
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