Tag Archives: France
Skiers on a chair lift

Ski Tour Guides Stopped in Their Tracks

Whilst on Holiday with my family in Tignes, France during the half term holidays last week it was somewhat of a shock to find out that British ski guiding provided by various UK tour operators has been banned by a ruling in a French Court in Albertville. The court ruled that it breaks French law [...]

Comments Off Continue Reading →

Cookie Catwalk: Biscuit World Series Winners [SFW]

Whether they are cookies or biscuits to you (we’ll stick to biscuits here), these little baked treats inspire real passion and deep national pride. From the US staple Oreo to the UK’s beloved Hobnob, this list is a world series in the literal (non-American) sense, in that it actually spans the world. Which one takes [...]

1 Comment Continue Reading →

French Strikes Continue Into Seventh Day

Transport Still Disrupted As Pension Row Continues France will continue to see its public services disrupted as the strikes go into their seventh day. Over one million protesters are currently demonstrating in cities across France in the biggest challenge to economic reforms anywhere in Europe. The protests have already caused problems for visitors to the [...]

Comments Off Continue Reading →