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The French formally call it La Fête Nationale, but to English folk the French National Day is called Bastille Day. We just called it fun, because we had the pleasure of enjoying the festivities along with all the locals. Our highlight was the cannon blast of confetti following the mayor’s speech. We witnessed the confetti clean up the next day—it was gone almost as quickly as it arrived.