HERE is a look back over some of the headlines from the past few days in France, and there are more stories on the main French News Headlines section of the site.
YOU will have to be quick, and the price has gone up a euro compared to last week, but Ryanair will put up for sale half a million seats at €8 one-way for travel on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in late May and June.
Cut price tickets are available from midnight Friday, April 29 on over a thousand of Ryanair’s European routes but must be booked on www.ryanair.com before midnight (24:00hrs) on Tuesday May 3, 2011.
BEING exiled in France out of choice, and being a UK bus enthusiast since at least the age of eight years old when I had memories of Midland Red D9s and Leicester City Transport PD3s, I had come to realise that I missed seeing English buses quite a lot, writes John Nelson.
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The airline has put up for sale half a million seats at €7 one-way for travel on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in late May and June.
Cut price tickets are available on over 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes but must be booked on www.ryanair.com before midnight (24:00hrs) on Tuesday April 26, 2011.
The latest report from the Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières (BRGM) highlights quite a mixed picture across France.
Around 30 per cent of aquifers have water levels above normal, 46 per cent are down and the remaining 24 per cent are stable.
Anger at shale gas incursions has turned into protests and legal challenges – and the noise has reached the corridors of power.
Here Brian Franklin continues his story of how he and his wife, Lucy, slowly and sympathetically returned a collection of outbuildings found in the grounds of the Chateau des Cresses.
We could start to see the fundamental structures and layout taking identifiable shape.
It was an exciting time as there were always new things happening and new stages to see.
Lucy and I were always eager to receive the photographs taken by Raymond Vu Van, the father of our friend Adeline, of each new stage, development and structure.
If it is a travel option for potential customers it is something you might want to consider, especially after Eurostar announced an eight per cent increase in journeys to Europe over Easter.
Nick Mercer, commercial director for Eurostar said: "We’re expecting this to be our busiest Easter weekend for years with tens of thousands of people travelling on Eurostar for a weekend away.