You have loved learning about how the hôtelliers and designers compete imagination to reenchant their world, to regain a customer is enticed by the Airbnb, in a stunning investigation of Marie-Angélique Ozanne published in The Figaro Magazine....
remember and understand, this is the mission set by the tourism of memory in this year of the centenary of the Armistice. At the heart of human suffering, museums and memorials celebrate the heroism and sacrifice of...
A robot is waiting for you at the reception to carry your luggage. In the lobby, a chatbot plays the concierges, in your native language. More need key, or magnetic card, or even smartphone to open the...
1 - HUMAN Discovery of african fabrics at Saint-Louis in Senegal. Bynativ.com Created in 2017, Bynativ put in contact travelers and advisors to francophone professionals from local agencies in 40 countries, in order to make quick...
The hortensia was not always called like that... When, in 1773, the French botanist Philibert Commerson described for the first time, on the island of Mauritius, a specimen of this shrub probably introduced to India, to which...
The plants, to whom we would willingly give the good God without confession, are, in reality, the largest reservoir of poisons existing naturally on Earth. Everyone knows the story of the great hemlock ( Conium maculatum...
a masterpiece in jeopardy: the King's kitchen Garden at Versailles, is well worth the sad qualifier that refers to the worship tv show of the 60's and 70's. Walls decrepit or collapsed trees, fruit trees of great...
• 11 November: Festi'Garden Nature and Plants, recreational area of Tambourettes, Pibrac (Haute-Garonne). • 11 November: fair to the onions in the streets of Givet (Ardennes). • Until November 11: "to the Roots...
"All the berry bushes, are they also useful for providing food for birds in the winter? Are there berries toxic to birds?" All the fruits and berries are not necessarily eaten by the...
Inevitably, the trees will soon begin to undress, leaving, as every year, the garden is in a pitiful state. Sad and grey. Yet, just a few plants well chosen to change the game. A landscape designer by...

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