Come and listen to talented Chinese pianist Eileen Huang at a magnificent Chateau in Brittany before she embarks on her “Piano on Silk Road” adventure.
Nicola was so impressed on her recent visit to the submarine pens and town of St Nazaire, that she has gone back for another look, following it up with a visit to the modern exhibition of Machines de L’Ile in Nantes.
The French coastal town has a big World War 2 history – it was the Atlantic base for German U-Boats and was often the subject of allied bombing raids. Today it is a major shipbuilding town.
I have just read an article about a law suit brought by Bottin Cartographes in France against Google. Bottin Cartographes claim, and the French court agrees, that Google has been anti-competitive by offering it’s Google Maps API service free of charge, and that this is not competitive with it’s own business mapping service.
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