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  1. Your guide to travelling to Disneyland Paris by trainRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Disneyland Paris: Here's your guide of all you need to know when travelling to the happiest place on earth by train Jump on a train from London St. Pancras and you'll be at Disneyland, Paris in less than three hours If you're planning a trip to Disneyland, it will often be quicker and easier to travel by train than to fly or drive. We look at the benefits of getting the train, as well as offering some tips about how to make the most out of your journey and your time at the park.

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  2. Lessor CALC leads Airbus January order tallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2018 | Air Transport World

    After Airbus' record-breaking conclusion to 2017 , in which the Toulouse-based manufacturer gained firm orders for 836 aircraft in December alone, the company's January 2018 commercial orders returned to a normal pace, with a total of 20 aircraft firmed between two customers, valued at approximately $2.2 billion at list prices. Hong Kong-based China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited booked 15 A320neos, an approximately $1.7 billion order, and Fort Lauderdale-based ultra-LCC Spirit Airlines placed an order for five A320ceos, converted from five previously ordered A320neos.

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  3. What to watch in international soccer this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    With the league leaders in Germany, England, Spain and France enjoying huge leads six months into their seasons, the tightest battles are the ones for the European Championship and Europa League invitations that go to each league's top runners-up. The jockeying for position continues this weekend.

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  4. Eiffel Tower closed as snow, freezing rain pummel FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Snow covers the garden of the Invalides Museum in Paris, Thursday, Feb.8, 2018. Heavy snowfall has caused travel disruptions in the northern half of France and in Paris as the weather conditions caught authorities off guard.

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  5. American fans not going to Russia? There's always France to look forward toRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Soccer America

    American soccer fans not traveling to Russia because there is no U.S. team still have 2019 to look forward to. It's unimaginable that the USA won't qualify for the 2019 Women's World Cup in France.

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  6. Romanian study: Half-day old snow is safe to eatRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Fairfield Citizen-News

    People stroll in the snow covered park of the Chateau de Versailles, west of Paris, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018. Heavy snowfall has caused travel disruptions in the northern half of France and in Paris as the weather conditions caught authorities off guard.

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  7. La Compagnie moves to Paris OrlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2018 | Air Transport World

    French all-business class airline La Compagnie will move its base from Paris Charles De Gaulle to the capital's second airport, Orly. La Compagnie operates two Boeing 757-200s in a 74-seat layout between Paris and New York Newark Liberty International Airport.

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  8. Climate change hits Winter Olympic preparationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2017 | Concord Monitor

    The athletes' half-hour commute in the Swiss Alps - up two gondolas, then through a tunnel in the world's highest underground train to a glacier at 11,000 feet - served up daily grim reminders that global warming is threatening their line of work. After exiting the train, they squelched through a field of grayish mud to reach shrinking snowfields scarred by new crevasses.

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  9. Discount offered for Across 2 Wars American Legion centennial toursRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | American Legion Magazine

    Travelers who book by March 1, 2018, can receive a $1,000 discount per couple to join Across 2 Wars: The American Legion's Centennial Commemorative Tour of historic World War I and World War II sites in France next fall. The eight-day tour with an optional one-night extension in Paris is operated by the National WWII Museum, as part of its educational travel program, in alliance with The American Legion.

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  10. Anson: New Bordeaux wine bar with a differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Decanter Magazine

    Jane Anson reports on the latest Bordeaux wine estate to open a wine bar, but it isn't who you might think... Bernard Magrez had his just a few minutes walk away from Paris' OpA ra in the 2iA me arrondissement, although I just learnt that it closed in September 2017, with 'no current plans to reopen'. ChA teau Haut-Brion will hopefully enjoy more longevity for Le Clarence , its own wine bar , shop and restaurant in another chic corner of Paris, this time by the Grand Palais.

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  11. Paris or China? Stunning photos compare Paris to a replica Chinese cityRead the original story

    Feb 7, 2018 | WAAY

    "We'll always have Paris," says Rick in cinematic classic "Casablanca" -- but what if Paris was replicated thousands of miles across the globe, in China ? That's the premise of Tianducheng -- an unassuming suburb of the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou that also doubles as a large-scale replica of the French capital. Parisian photographer Francois Prost traveled to Tianducheng to photograph the town's recreations of iconic Parisian sights: from the Eiffel Tower to the classic Haussmann buildings and the Gardens of Versailles.

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  12. World Rugby boss Brett Gosper says he can't stop All Blacks exodus to the northRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | Stuff.co.nz

    World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper admitted there's not much they can do to prevent New Zealand's top players from leaving for greater riches in the northern hemisphere. Since the beginning of 2017, the likes of Aaron Cruden , Steve Luatua , Tawera Kerr-Barlow and Malakai Fekitoa - all in their 20s - have been lost to the All Blacks to big-spending French or English clubs, who continue to trumpet the capture of talented Kiwis as marquee signings.

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  13. The five-point plan Joe Schmidt needs to adopt to ensure a winning start to the Six Nations in ParisRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | Independent.ie

    Johnny Sexton goes through a stretching routine during training yesterday ahead of Ireland's departure to Paris. Photo: Matt Browne/Sportsfile The five-point plan Joe Schmidt needs to adopt to ensure a winning start to the Six Nations in Paris Two years ago, Ireland submitted in an ugly battle at the Stade de France which was memorable only for the violence with which the home side went about their business and the incredible pressure they exerted on their visitors before Maxime Medard won the day.

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  14. Six Nations preview: France v IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | Sky Sports

    Johnny Sexton is tackled by France fly-half Camille Lopez in Ireland's 19-9 Six Nations win over France in 2017 Ireland travel to Paris for their Six Nations opener as favourites against a French side no one can quite figure out. Not the force of old and now headed up by an old-school coach in Jacques Brunel, inexperienced France will either be terrible or terrific depending on your perception and their humour.

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  15. Graves and Sauternes wine route offers the best of BordeauxRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | South China Morning Post

    Owned by LMVH's Bernard Arnault, ChA teau d'Yquem produces the world's most famous Sauternes. Pictures: John Brunton Driving from the bustling centre of Bordeaux, it takes barely half an hour to break through the shopping malls, factories and fast-food drive-ins the gritty urban landscape that encircles most French towns and find myself on a quiet country lane, part of a labyrinth that weaves around the vineyards along the left bank of the Garonne river.

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  16. Indonesia aims to attract more tourists in France's landmark tourism expoRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2018 | Xinhuanet

    Indonesia has scheduled plans to take part in a French landmark tourism expo with an aimed to attract French tourists, a government statement said on Friday. Indonesia's exhibit in the upcoming 2018 Salon du Tourisme Mahana Toulouse slated from February 9 to 11 would be jointly organized by Indonesia's Consulate General Office in Marseille and Indonesia's tourism promotion officer in France Eka Moncare.

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  17. Fly to Paris for $401 round-trip from cities across the U.S - even the West CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2018 | Boston Herald

    If you missed those $423 round-trip flights to the French Riviera , you're in luck: cheap flights to France are back. On Thursday, Scott's Cheap Flights found $401 round-trip flights to Paris from a number of U.S. cities - even as far west as Seattle.

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  18. Never before seen photos Julia Child in Paris husband PaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Mastering the art: Never before seen photos show top chef Julia Child relaxing in Paris in touching portraits taken by her devoted husband Paul before she came back to the US and revolutionized home cooking Previously unreleased portraits of the culinary master, taken by her husband Paul Cushing Child, have just been published in a new book, titled France is a Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child The photos were curated by family friend, Katie Pratt, with text by Paul's great-nephew, Alex Prud'homme, who co-authored Julia's book, My Life in France, which came out in 2006, two years after her death Previously unreleased portraits of the culinary master, taken by her husband Paul Cushing Child, have just been published in a new book, titled France is a Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child .

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  19. Club Med's luxury resort in the French Alps beckonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2018 | South China Morning Post

    Since acquiring global hospitality provider Club Med in 2015, Chinese conglomerate Fosun International has been on track with its ambitious plan to open three to five resorts a year by 2020. Jim Qian, senior vice-president of Fosun, says: "Our company is on the lookout for business opportunities that complement China's economic development.

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  20. Adventures by Disney Announces Expanded Cruise Vacation Options for 2019Read the original story

    Jan 31, 2018 | Newkerala.com

    BURBANK, Calif: Adventures by Disney, a leader in guided group travel worldwide, revealed today new cruise vacations for 2019, offering more European river cruise sailings than ever before, including all-new sailings down France's Seine River. New Southern California land packages were also announced, which can be added on to 2018 Disney Cruise Line vacations setting sail from San Diego.

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