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Anano Bakuradzé
Nice · 10 months ago

Menton la ville du citron 🍋 if you plan to travel south, go to Menton!

#myfirstpostonFeedc #nice #france #frenchriviera
Anano Bakuradzé
Nice · 10 months ago
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The Guardian UK
London, United Kingdom · 9 hours ago
Check, Change, Go: what the UK government's latest slogan means for your holiday
Holidaymakers will soon face higher travel insurance charges and mobile phone costs, and tougher passport controls. Thank goodness for this three-word advice …Name: Holidays.Age: More than a thousand years.Wow! Did the Anglo-Saxons really take trips to Benidorm? Try to treat this seriously. Holiday is derived from the Old English word hāligdæg, meaning holy day. It was a day set aside for religious observance. The trips to Southend and beyond came later.And when did we stop taking them? That’s easier. In 2020, we abandoned holidays in the travel sense and went back to praying. Vacations out; vocations in.But seriously, do you think holidays are over? Well, the newspapers have pictures of the odd bikini-clad Brit sitting in splendid isolation beside a pool in Spain, but in reality people will be taking fewer foreign holidays this summer.Why? The information on which countries you can and can’t travel to without quarantining seems to change every day. Air travel is now even more unpleasant than before. And if you do manage to get to your four-star hotel in Ibiza, you’ll probably have to book for the pool and there will be no breakfast buffet.Oh well, it’ll have to be a staycation for me. That will please Boris Johnson, who says you will be doing your bit for the economy. But expect to have your temperature checked on arrival; there will be queues for the lift because numbers will be restricted; and you will be encouraged to eat in your room.Any other options? Adventurer and chief scout Bear Grylls is fronting a campaign to encourage children to camp out in their garden or a nearby park. It would at least be cheap. And I suppose you could have the breakfast buffet.OK, how much is a pop-up tent? I guess I’ll just have to wait until 2021 to go further afield. Indeed, but start planning now if you want to go anywhere in the EU. The government’s new Check, Change, Go ad campaign – how it loves those three-word slogans – is stressing the problems that will face holidaymakers after the end of the Brexit transition period in December. Such as? Higher travel insurance charges; higher mobile phone costs; tougher passport controls; long bureaucratic delays to get a pet passport.Project Fear? Project Reality!What does Check, Change, Go actually mean? It is being widely interpreted on social media. “Check what Boris Johnson said during the referendum campaign; change your plans to visit the EU; go back to the 1970s,” sums up the general mood.But I thought we were taking back control with an oven-ready deal that was going to save the NHS £350m a week and get us better terms than we ever had as members of the EU. You poor gullible fool. You need a holiday.Do say: “I hear New Malden is nice at this time of year.”Don’t say: “It’s two weeks in the Algarve for us this August as usual.” Continue reading...#european_union_holidays#travel#brexit #european_union
Anna
Nice, France · 1 year ago
This photo was taken in the Nice Côte D’Azur Airport🛫. It’s very common to see armed guards here walking in the airport and sometimes even along the crowded streets of Nice. Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is relatively small but it’s the third busiest airport in France (handling over 13 million people annually). It mostly serves Côte d’Azur region and Monaco.
Anna
Nice, France · 1 year ago
No Finish Line marathon🏃🏼‍♀️ in Nice today. Every kilometer = 1 € donated to underprivileged children. The marathon will last until 28th of April, so you don’t have an excuse not to participate
Le Monde
Paris, France · 14 hours ago
Vidéo de la plus belle comète visible en France depuis plus de vingt ans
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Le Monde
Paris, France · 1 day ago
Après un concert critiqué à Nice, Christian Estrosi impose le port du masque aux grands événements
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Le Monde
Paris, France · 1 day ago
Gestes barrières : après un concert critiqué à Nice, Christian Estrosi impose le port du masque aux grands événements
Vendredi, la France a franchi la barre symbolique des 30 000 morts dus au Covid-19, selon le dernier bilan quotidien du ministère de la santé.
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Tbilisi, Georgia · 1 month ago
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Europe Travel Tips You Need To Know Before You Go. Budget for your trip. Check visa requirements. Buy flights early. Pack light. My favorite cities list. Rome, Italy Rome, Italy’s capital, is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Paris, France Paris, France's capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Barcelona, Spain Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its art and architecture. The fantastical Sagrada Família church and other modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí dot the city. Museu Picasso and Fundació Joan Miró feature modern art by their namesakes. Berlin, Germany Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany by both area and population. Berlin is known for its numerous cultural institutions, many of which enjoy international reputation. The diversity and vivacity of the metropolis led to a trendsetting atmosphere. An innovative music, dance and art scene has developed in the 21st century.
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Kutaisi, Georgia · 3 days ago
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იხილე მისი სტატია For the first time since probably World War II, travel — an industry that relies on human movement and employs 10% of the global workforce — completely stopped. Now, as COVID-19 recedes in some places, many countries are slowly starting to reopen to tourists. While I personally think it’s still best to wait a little longer before taking an international trip, that doesn’t mean we can’t start looking at the current situation to get a sense of how we can best plan our future trips. There are a lot of variables and everything is still changing. And that creates a lot of questions. How do you know which countries are open? How do we find out new visitation rules? Will travel insurance apply during the pandemic? What is flying going to be like? Are hotels and hostels safe? What attractions are open? To help you figure out what to do and where to find information, I created this post to get the ball rolling. (Note: This post will be updated as more information becomes available.)#მოგზაურობა #ფაქტები #facts #tips #travelling #travelblogger
Keso Bigvava
Tbilisi, Georgia · 3 months ago
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You can really love someone so much that you’d be willing to go to the ends of the earth to make them happy. It doesn’t matter what it would take, because as long as there’s something out there that can put a smile on their faces, you’d give everything to bring it to their feet. Yes, that kind of love exists. If a single flower can make someone happy, think of what a garden overflowing with thousands of beautiful, lovely-smelling flowers would do. Mr. and Mrs. Kuroki from Japan have been married for 64 years [1]. The couple owned a dairy farm in Shintomi, Miyazaki, Japan. For 30 years, they toiled and worked hard on their farm, and then it was time to retire. They planned to travel the country and see the world, but they were unable to achieve their dreams when Mrs. Kuroki lost her sight due to complications from diabetes, according to RocketNews24. She was 52 at the time. The couple was heartbroken, especially Mrs. Kuroki. She was so traumatized that she became reclusive, shutting herself away from the world and spending every hour of every day indoors. She was suffering greatly, and so her loving husband decided to do something that would cheer her up forever. If Mrs. Kuroki could no longer see the world, her husband was determined to bring the world to her.#lovestory
Nico Kvara
Nice, France · 1 year ago
First post in Nice 🤟🏻