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Canada We found where to dine after the curfew in Paris (and that is nothing illegal promised)

13:40  22 october  2020
13:40  22 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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4) A: Where would you go if you had a week off? – Куда бы вы отправились, если бы у вас была выходная неделя? B: Well, probably on a cruise. 5) A: What do you think I should do with the job offer in Paris ? – Что, по-твоему, я должен делать с этим предложением по работе в Париже?

Room Service Tray Outside Hotel Room © Shepard Sherbell Room Service Tray Outside Hotel Room

“Who sleeps, dines.” The owners of hotel (s) in need of occupied beds say the new apophtegma in the public square, solemnly declaring war on the vacancy of the bed sheets, proud to have found an ingenious snub to the severe curfew decreed by the government and in force, at Paris , since October 17. The slogan at least has the merit of being explicit: those who dine at the hotel's restaurant will also sleep here. Old eighteenth century catchphrase that would come from the Middle Ages where anyone who wanted to take a nap in an inn had to have dinner there, otherwise they would be refused accommodation. A story of profitability we will say mainly. The hotel - hostel in old French, from the Latin hospitalalis - in its original version, a paying house where you live; where we rest, where we hang out and where we eat. All at once. At the head of the operation, the Hotel Rochechouart, recently opened in the heart of the bustling district of Montmartre , the latest project of Anouk and Louis Solanet, founders of the Orso Hotels group which advocates a return to the true values ​​of the hotel industry and of the art of good manners. Offer "who dines, sleeps": rooms from 60 euros per night, for any reservation at the restaurant in the evening ("End of the stopwatch, we even push until the digeo ...", laugh the owners). And in the process, the Hotel Panache, represented by the same press agency, Dallas PR. This time, dinner and night in a single room for 110 euros (starter and main course or main course and dessert) or dinner and night in a double room for 140 (starter and main course or main course and dessert). Jackpot! Here is the good idea, which, in addition, fits well with the hotel concept which thrills travelers with the new normal, the staycation (or vacation at home). From then on, in view of the enthusiasm of Parisians, several others quickly followed: the Hôtel des Grands Boulevards (-20% on the room for customers of the restaurant , voucher given with the bill), the Maison Bréguet (night, two cocktails, access to the spa, room service and breakfast, from 190 euros), the MOB Hôtel Paris Les Puces (night, breakfast, late check-out and two pizzas for 129 euros, Hoy Paris (dinner, night and breakfast for 220 euros) or the Monsieur George (dinner, night and breakfast for 290 euros, 20% reduction on spa treatments). See you tomorrow.

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  On a trouvé où dîner après le couvre-feu à Paris (et ça n'a rien d'illégal promis)

Curfew: "People are becoming aware of the violent nature" of the epidemic .
© AFP While the curfew now concerns 54 departments and 46 million people, the French met by Europe 1 welcome the measure with resignation , understanding the urgency of the situation faced with the evolution of the epidemic. But fear a containment. Since midnight, 46 million French people are now living under the curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. decided by the government to try to stop the coronavirus epidemic , the second wave of which hits the whole country .

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