The terraces will be able to reopen from Wednesday May 19, 2021 everywhere in France.

Covid-19: Olivier Véran Confirms the Reopening of the Terraces for the 19th May

All the terraces of cafes, bars and restaurants will reopen on 19th May 2021, confirmed the Minister of Health, while hospital pressure continues to decrease. This is good news at the start of the week: the health situation allows the terraces of cafes, bars and restaurants to reopen from the 19th May everywhere in France, confirmed […]

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For the summer holidays, the SNCF is selling 5 million tickets at 39 euros

SNCF: Five Million Train Tickets Under 39 Euros On Sale Today

Until the 19th May 2021, SNCF is selling five million TGV Inoui, Ouigo, Intercités tickets at 39 euros for the summer holidays. This is called a good plan. SNCF is selling five million train tickets at a maximum of 39 euros for the summer holidays. TGV Inoui, Ouigo, Intercités… These tickets are on sale from today, Monday 3rd […]

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Google clearly shows if your vacation destination requires a quarantine

Covid-19: Google Clearly Shows if your Vacation Destination Requires a Quarantine

TRAVEL: It is possible to activate an e-mail alert to be informed in the event of a change in the quarantine measures With the gradual lifting of health restrictions linked to the coronavirus in several countries, the desire to travel is resuming. And Google has decided to make it easier to plan your next vacation, reports  Phonandroid. In a blog post entitled “Some useful tools […]

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Elon Musk says that the Model Model Y will be top seller in 2023

Tesla: For Elon Musk, Model Y will be the World’s Best-Selling Car in 2023

AMBITION: Elon Musk bets on producing more than 1.5 million of the Tesla electric SUV each year, up from a few hundred thousand today Once again, Elon Musk clearly shows his ambition. For him, the Tesla Model Y will be the best-selling car in the world from 2022, or 2023 at the latest. The boss of the Californian manufacturer made the announcement on the occasion […]

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Here is the First Tunisian SUV!

AUTO: Marketed by the manufacturer Wallys from € 11,000, the Iris is an SUV intended to power Tunisia, which is experiencing an unprecedented economic crisis. While vehicles imported into Tunisia are hit with very heavy taxes, the local manufacturer Wallys has just presented an affordable SUV whose price varies from 11,000 to 20,000 € in its best-equipped version. Equipped with […]

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Ramadan will start Tuesday, confirms the Great Mosque of Paris

Islam: Ramadan Will Start Tuesday, Confirms the Great Mosque of Paris

RELIGION: Ramadan will end with Eid al-Fitr, the “feast of breaking the fast” which will take place on May 13th. The month of Ramadan, which takes place once again in the particular context linked to the pandemic, will begin on Tuesday in France, the Grand Mosque of Paris said on Sunday. The head of the mosque Chems-eddine Hafiz […]

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You can rent one of Richard Branson's private islands

You Can Rent One of Richard Branson’s Private Islands

PARADISE: Richard Branson is offering Moskito island which offers five star service and the price to match Richard Branson invites the (wealthy) public to come and taste the comfort of one of its paradisiacal islands. Indeed, the billionaire offers for rent the villas on Moskito Island, an island located in the archipelago of the British Virgin Islands, just a few […]

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The veal stew, a symbol of our grandmothers' dishes.

Cooking: Why Our Grandmother’s Slow-Cooked Dishes Always Appeal

Nothing better than a good grandmother’s recipe to warm up our kitchen. Dishes that we like to pass on to each other, dishes that evoke happy days … Virginie’s eyes shine when she talks about granny Adrienne’s blanquette of veal, it’s her madeleine de Proust. She remembers, with delight, the smell of blanquette cooking for long hours on low […]

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Demonstration in Nantes in favor of the reopening of cultural places, January 19, 2021.

Nantes: One Million Euros to Support Culture and Consider Recovery

POLITICS: After having already spent one million euros in March, the town hall of Nantes renews its financial support to the world of culture Forced to close in the spring of 2020 and then again since the Autumn, cultural players face an extremely difficult and blind situation. The city of Nantes had already chosen to pay them one million euros […]

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