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Paris, ahhh... a slice of heaven. It's the 2nd most visited city in the world, with 19 million visitors annually... just not during the coronavirus pandemic. Yikes! Just weeks before the Covid-19 outbreak.. this is what the City of Love in France looked like.

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6. Catacombs of Paris
7. THRIFT SHOP: Les Grands Voisins (former 16th century hospital TURNED utopian, supportive and cooperative village active since 2015)
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Top 10 Things to Do in Reunion Island | Travelstart

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Reunion Island Travel Guide - Oh la la! After a long-haul flight, you step off the plane and you're greeted with a bonjour. Then you breakfast on croissants and chocolat chaud (hot chocolate). At first glance, Réunion is like a chunk of France teleported to the tropics. But beyond the Gallic panache, you'll soon realise it's a resplendent tapestry, which also blends Indian, African and Chinese influences.

Home to one of the world's most active volcanoes, snow-capped Piton de Fournaise, Reunion Island is a little known gem. This rocky, French-governed island off the coast of East Africa is easily explored by Les Cars Jaunes, yellow buses that link main settlements. The road into the mountains provides breathtaking scenery. Bike tours on rough back roads are an option for the brave and the extremely fit. Beyond the reach of cars, untamed village Cirque de Mafate shows the island's wildest side.

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If you're heading to the City Beautiful with a significant travelling party, there aren't many more attractive options than a stay in the impressive Reunion Resort 10. Crafted with a modern eye, and located within easy reach of key amenities – including Disney World just 8 miles away – it really is an exemplary option for those hunting out a special stay.

Upon entry to this sprawling mansion, an open-plan layout perfectly illustrates the impressive range of living space. Each complimented by luxurious furniture, multiple rooms across all floors offer guests a place to unwind however they should desire. Cooking and dining facilities are also first-rate, with a stunning contemporary kitchen backed up by table space for over 30 guests to eat in the same sitting.

The property boasts 10 bedrooms, all of impressive size – with two decked out in special themes, making them ideal for younger guests. There are no shortage of recreation options either, with a fun-filled games room, impressive home movie theater, incredible golf simulator and a refreshing third-floor drinks bar.

Guests can enjoy a dip in a stunning pool, equipped with unique water features than span throughout the vast outdoor space accompanying the property. Swimming remains an option evening when evening comes, with beautiful LED lighting making the area an aesthetic delight in the dark.

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Here are our top places to visit in the Philippines, for now! This is why we love the PHILIPPINES! Needless to say there are so many destinations in the Philippines to visit and we haven't seen many at all yet BUT this a great starting point for someone wanting to visit this paradise! We have traveled a lot through Southeast Asia and so far the Philippines has the most crystal clear water. If anyone knows us you will know we are suckers for some turquoise water! If we can swim, snorkel and dive every day we will! There are endless adventures to go on-sometimes travel days bring on their own types of adventures. Some of our kids fondest memories are from the Philippines, thats why we are going BACK!!! Maybe for a while we aren't sure yet. We have so much more exploring to do. We put a shout-out to the local Filipinos to see what are some hidden gems and must see spots that we should go check out and we got thousands of recommendations so we are going to take them on.

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Reunion Island | A French Destination | Adventurous Couple Travelogue


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Thanks to Corona , we decided to sit and relive the moments for our anniversary this year. However , as we were going through the footages one after the other we thought there was a story to be told. A huge shout out to Manu kathiresan ( Our Friend / Editor ) for putting this together.

If you're an adventurous couple looking out for hard core fun activities than a laid pack tour , this place is a must visit. We picked this destination for our honeymoon as we were never the couple who were going to be gazing at the sun for hours near the pool. We stayed in Reunion Island for a week and followed it up with a 3 days stay in Mauritius ( 30 minute flight from Reunion ) on our way back.

Must-Do Activities

1. Canoeing - Having a fear for heights , we wanted to let go of it for a long time. This was the best way to do it as they will make you go down 7 water streams ( each approx. 100 metres) all by yourselves by rope after training you initially. We found it so safe that we completely forgot about the fear . The journey just doesn't end with you getting down the stream. The real struggle starts when you've to climb all your way up to the first stream where the car is parked :P.

2. Live Volcano - Helicopter ride - Reunion island is prone to volcanoes. We were lucky to witness this one by being right on top of it.

3. Scuba Diving .

4. Whale watching.

5. Dormant Volcano trekking .

6. Snorkelling - Mauritius.

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10 Unexpected Places for a Family Reunion

10 Unexpected Places for a Family Reunion


If you want to experience a Canadian city with a bit of French flair, then you need to visit Quebec City.
Situated on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, this is a town with good looks and a big heart. We only had a day and a half there, but that was enough time to wander the cobbled streets, catch some street performances, and visit many of the top attractions. The following is a little video of our time in historic Quebec City, Canada highlighting the top 10 things to do and see in this top attractions travel guide:


1) Plains of Abraham

We are no standing on the Plains of Abraham and this is the location where the battle between the English and the French was fought. This was the battle that ultimately determined the fate of North America.

This battle was part of the Seven Years' War and it would be the deciding factor over the fate of New France, influencing the later creation of Canada.

2) Citadelle

We just finished visiting the Citadelle and if you get the chance I would suggest you try to be here by ten in the morning. That is when they have the changing of the guard ceremony and it is a lot of fun to watch. They even have a pet goat that takes part so it really is a lot of fun.

The Citadelle is the largest British fortress in North America.

3) Chateau Frontenac

Now we're visiting Chateau Frontenac, one of the most famous hotels in all of Canada. It is a stunner. It is just absolutely beautiful. We're trying to capture it from different vantage points.

The hotel was designed by American architect Bruce Price. It was one of many château style hotels built for the Canadian Pacific Railway company with the goal of promoting luxury tourism. Today, a night at the Frontenac starts at $379 dollars.

4) Terrasse Dufferin

This boardwalk that we are currently standing on is called Terrasse Dufferin and it is a great place for a stroll. You can catch some street performers, eat some ice cream and you also get some great views of the river below.

The promenade sits right outside the Chateau Frontenac and it is 425 meters in length. You can also catch a funicular nearby which takes you to the Old Lower Town.

5) Quartier Petit Champlain

Petit Champlain is a neighbourhood located in the Old Lower Town. It is quite picturesque, especially when viewed from the Breakneck Stairs. The narrow cobbled streets are lined with small shops and cafes. It's a really fun neighbourhood to explore with a camera in hand.

6) Basilica Notre Dame de Quebec

The Basilica Notre Dame de Quebec is the oldest church in the Americas north of Mexico. If you want to get a sneak peek at the crypt, you'll have to sign up for a guided tour.

7) Rue St. Paul

We're now walking along Rue St. Paul and this is a great place to browse for antiques and you can buy some souvenirs.

Just don't leave your visit to the end of the day because you may find that a lot of the shops have closed.

8) Museum of Civilization

The Museum of Civilization is a great place to learn about the Aboriginal peoples of Quebec.

9) Port of Quebec

We're here now in the Port Area. This is a great place to take a ferry. A lot of people come here to exercise, to fish and just to enjoy the views of the St. Lawrence river. It is a really relaxing place.

The Port of Quebec is the oldest in all of Canada and it played an important role in developing the region. Today you'll find that cruises have replaced much of the former freight traffic.

10) Catch a Street Performance

And lastly, you can't come to Quebec City and not catch a street performance! The city celebrates its performers and you'll often find acts taking place in the town square and parks. Grab a seat for some live entertainment and don't forget to leave a tip at the end!

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion, Africa

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1. LUX* Saint Gilles *****
2. Hotel Le Boucan Canot ****
3. Le Saint Alexis **** Hotel & Spa
4. Relais de l’Hermitage Saint-Gilles (Ex-Novotel) ***
5. Tama Hotel ***
6. Hôtel Les Créoles ***
7. Hotel Le Recif, Ile de la Reunion ***
8. Résidence l'Archipel ***
9. Résidence Tropic Appart Hotel ***
10. Hotel Ylang Ylang ***
11. Ermitage Boutik Hotel/ Blue Beach ***

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1. L’Hermitage 28 Rue Du Lagon, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Located directly on the beach, LUX* Saint Gilles features Creole-style architecture in a tropical park full of coconut and casuarina trees. There are 4 themes restaurants and a swimming pool.
2. 32 rue de Boucan Canot, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
This property is a 9-minute walk from the beach. This waterfront hotel has panoramic ocean views and is 35.4 km from Saint-Denis. It offers air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV and features massage treatments and an outdoor swimming pool with lounge chairs and sun umbrellas.
3. 44, rue du Boucan Canot, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
This property is a 5-minute walk from the beach. Set on the beachfront, this luxurious hotel offers 2 outdoor swimming pools and a 500 m² spa with a sauna. Beauty treatments are possible upon request and Saint-Gilles is 3 km away.
4. L'Hermitage, avenue de la Mer, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Relais de l’Hermitage Saint-Gilles is situated on the west coast of Reunion, only 100 m from L’Hermitage beach and lagoon. The hotel offers 2 outdoor swimming pools and a tennis court.
5. 77, Rue des Navigateurs, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
In Saint-Gilles les Bains, just a 6-minute drive from Eden’s Garden, Tama Hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, garden and a terrace. The aquarium is only a 5-minute drive away.
6. 43 Avenue de Bourbon, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Located in the famous sea resort of Saint-Gilles, along the west coast of the island of Réunion, this hotel features an outdoor swimming pool. A car rental service is provided.
7. 50 Avenue de Bourbon, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Just 199 m from the beach, Hôtel Le Récif provides Creole villas within 7 acres of tropical grounds with 2 outdoor pools. It features a restaurant and a gazebo terrace.
8. 9, Rue de la Cheminée - Grand-Fond, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
This property is a 12-minute walk from the beach. Featuring a swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers and coconut trees, Résidence l'Archipel is 1.9 km from Black Rock Beach on the north-west coast of Reunion Island. The self-catering studios and apartments have their own bathroom and free Wi-Fi.
9. 102, Avenue de Bourbon – l’Ermitage , 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Located 80 m from the sandy beach in L'Hermitage-les-Bains, Tropic Appart Hotel offers air-conditioned accommodation. It features an outdoor pool and free high speed WiFi.
10. 28 A rue Eugene Dayot, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Situated 300 m from the beach, Hotel Ylang Ylang is located in Saint-Gilles-les Bains and features an outdoor swimming pool, garden and terrace. Free WiFi access is available.
11. 40, Avenue de la mer, les filaos, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Ermitage Boutik Hotel/ Blue Beach is situated 100 m from the lagoon and features accommodations with a private terrace overlooking the garden or swimming pool. There is also a hot tub and night club.

Reunion Island |10 Reasons Why To Visit Reunion Island

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1. It is very easy to get a visa for travel to the island, which means that there is little to do in preparation for this trip.

2. There are numerous direct flights available to Reunion Island, and anyone that flies from France will find themselves on a domestic flight.

3. The active basaltic volcano of Piton de la Fournaise can be found on this island and it is quite the sight to see. When it is erupting, people can see lava pouring down the sides, and when it is not, everyone can hike it to see the crater and the volcanic plains.

4. Some of the villages on the island can be found inside large craters and they are begging to be seen by visitors. People can visit any of them, but Cirque de Cilaos is a popular one. There is only one road in and out of the crater and once inside, everyone will feel the temperature drop and see lush rainforests and waterfalls instead of ragged rocks.

5. There are one thousand kilometers of hiking trails on the island and they all lead through breathtaking areas with each one being more beautiful than the last. As people are walking along these trails, they will want to keep count of how many waterfalls they pass by, as there are so many on the island.

6. Divers will want to visit Reunion Island for the clear water, five hundred different fish species, and the one hundred and fifty different species of coral. Diving is easiest on the west coast. Superb underwater lava flows can see while diving on the east coast.

7. The island produces some of the best rum in the world and there is a museum dedicated to this delicious alcohol, La Saga du Rhum, in Saint-Pierre. The rum can be drank alone or with any number of self-blending herbs and spices.

8. Everyone must eat the traditional carri while visiting the island. It is an authentic Creole dish made with meat, fish, seafood or poultry and then garlic, tomatoes, onion, turmeric, cloves, and ginger is added. Other foods that must be eat include buttery pastries, curried lentils and dragon fruit.

9. The markets are a wonderful place to learn more about the local cuisine while also picking up some souvenirs. There are numerous markets on the island we recommend the Saturday market in Saint Pierre.

10. The weather on the island is quite tropical year-round and if it does happen to rain, it will be a light shower in the afternoon for a minute or two.

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10 Things NOT to Do in Madagascar

The island nation of Madagascar has something exciting for every traveler. Just like any travel destination, there’s a list of things you should include during your stay, such as a visit to the nation’s UNESCO World Heritage site, Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve. But many people neglect to familiarize themselves with all the things they shouldn’t do. From failing to recognize social customs to disrespecting the cultural beliefs of different villages, here are 17 things you should NOT do in Madagascar.

1. Don’t Ignore Regional Fady
A “Fady” is a local taboo, and each region has their own set of customs and rules that all visitors should follow. The Fady of a particular region may prohibit eating pork, while others may forbid you from bathing in lakes. Since there are so many to be observed, it’s best to brush up on the cultural laws of the particular village you plan on visiting. No matter how strange these taboos are, it’s best to observe and recognise them unless you’d rather run the risk of disrespecting the locals and violating their laws.

2. Don’t Forget to Address the Elders
As we mentioned before, each region has its own set of laws, but there are also some universal customs that exist across the island nation as a whole. One such rule is the respect that’s granted to the elders and figures of authority in the villages. It’s advisable that you address them by the word tompoko, which means both sir and madame.

3. Don’t Pass Someone Without Being Polite
Another social faux pas you’ll want to avoid is the act of passing in front of someone without acknowledging them. In Madagascar, you’ll get extra brownie points if you politely say the word manao azafady, which translates to, “Excuse me.” It’ll definitely come in handy when you’re visiting the crowded streets of Antananarivo.

4. Don’t Walk Into a Village Like You Own It
Before waltzing into a remote village like you own the place, you’ll need to first meet and greet the head of the tribe. This is a sign of respect that’s required before you interact with other members of the group or conduct any business within the village.

5. Don’t Be Offended If They Stare
Vazaha (foreigners) should expect to get stared at, but they definitely shouldn’t take offense to it. Most Malagasy stare at people who look different than them, and it’s socially acceptable for them to stare, point, and make comments when they come in contact with tourists. Questioning the locals or asking, “May I help you?” in a combative manner will only cause you more trouble than it’s worth. So try to ignore the stares and carry on as if you aren’t being peered out by thousands of eyes.

6. Don’t Ignore Photo Etiquette
The Malagasy people are gorgeous, and you’ll definitely be captivated by their stunning beauty. But pulling out your camera phone and snapping photos of them is a huge no-no. The locals will demand that you ask their permission before taking their picture, but why would you want to take a photo of people living their day-to-day lives anyway? They’re humans, not animals in a zoo, so treat them accordingly and your trip will be much more pleasant.

7. Don’t Forget to Bring Cash
Some places may accept your Visa debit or credit card, but to avoid any hassle, it’s best to pay with cash. This island nation is a cash-driven economy, so make sure you plan your trip accordingly and always have some cold hard cash on hand.

8. Don’t Be Too Generous
In larger cities, you’ll likely be hounded by panhandlers, and most of them are young children. They stand in the main areas, usually in the capital of Antananarivo while holding a hat, and beg for cash. You may feel tempted to help them out by giving them some of your spare money, but in most cases, these kids are part of a larger circle of scammers who pickpocket unsuspecting tourists. While you’re interacting with them and placing money in their hat, a bystander is plotting on how to get your wallet out of your back pocket. Don’t fall for it!

9. Don’t Stick to the Main Areas of Ranomafana National Park
In the southeast part of the island, you’ll find Ranomafana National Park – one of Madagascar’s most popular parks. Home to the bamboo lemur, the real fun of this national treasure occurs in the distant areas. Link up with a tour guide who’s knowledgeable of the park’s history, which dates back to 1991, and you’ll be taken to the more remote areas where you can truly enjoy the reserve’s wildlife.

10. Don’t Take Your Eyes off of Your Luggage
Airports always stress the importance of keeping your luggage close by your side at all times, and it’s even more important if you fly into Antananarivo’s Ivato International Airport. Stolen baggage is a big problem here, where thieves scope out the baggage claim areas, grab luggage off the conveyor belts, and simply walk off with it.

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LA RÉUNION, l'ile intense en 2 MINUTE

LA RÉUNION, l'ile intense en 2 MINUTE
Première fois à la Réunion en avril 2019, une île qui marque! Une biodiversité incroyable, des paysages à couper le souffle, un des volcans les plus actifs du monde, un mélange de cultures unique sans oublier son petit lagon (qui a tout d'un grand). Quelle claque!
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Reunion Island Tourism promotion in India

Reunion Island is a french territory situated in the Indian Ocean. Having a strong cultural connection with India, this offbeat destination is welcoming Indian tourists looking for new adventures. Neha Johri, the newly appointed Country Manager of Reunion Island in India (represented by Representation World LLP) talks about the destination, the local culture and the roadmap to promote the destination in India.

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Reunion Travel Video Guide - Jutting out of the ocean like a basaltic shield cloaked in green, Réunion is a mini-Hawaii, with astounding geographical diversity. Within an hour or two, the landscape morphs from lava fields to lush primary forest, from jagged peaks to sprawling coastal cities. The West is Réunion's Riviera, a long string of beach suburbs and resorts towns, including glitzy Boucan Canot.

The pièce de résistance is Les Hautes & the volcano. Piton de la Fournaise is one of the world's most accessible active volcanoes and depending on nature's whims, you might even witness fiery-red molten lava. When the volcano has finished working its magic on you, there are horses to ride, majestic mountains to trek up in the Cirques, or paraglide from in St-Leu, drop-offs to dive from, big waves to surf, extinct volcanoes to fly over, and canyons to explore. But it's not all about nature, landscapes and adrenaline -- Réunion has its cultural gems as well, with stunning Creole architecture in cute-as-can-be villages, as well as colourful religious buildings and festivals.

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10 Most Magical Christmas Towns in the US

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Réunion Travel Guide - Magical Moments Of Joy

Réunion Travel Guide - Magical Moments Of Joy

Reunion ( Réunion ) is a French overseas island located in the midst of the Indian Ocean, 700 kilometers east of the island of Madagascar , and 200 kilometers South-West of Mauritius. The island was previously known as île Bourbon. This enchanting destination is blessed with a tropical climate and beautiful volcanic landscapes. It is an island, but it's appeal comes less from sandy beaches than from mountain paths and formidable landscapes. Its distance from Mauritius is 134 Miles.

People generally divide the island into six regions:

The North (Saint Denis, Saint Marie, Saint Suzanne)
The Sunny West, the lagoon region
The Big City of Saint Pierre and the Wild South
The East, from Saint Rose to Saint Andre
The Three Circuses (Salazie, Mafate and Cilaos), the mountains and the wild heart of the island
The Plains (Le Tampon, The Plain of the Palmistes, and The Plain of the Kaffirs) which are agricultural zones in high altitudes.

Cities of Réunion :

Saint-Denis, the capital city.
Le Port and La Possession, the two large industrial ports of the island.
Saint-Paul, which has beaches, nightclubs, hotels, and cemeteries.
Saint-Gilles, situated on the west coast, where all the white sand beaches are.
Saint-Leu, a well-established city of surf.
Saint-Pierre, a large city to the south, the second most important town on Reunion Island.
Etang-Salé, a small town on the west coast with one of the black (volcanic) sand beaches.
Saint-Benoit, where you can find the vanilla cooperative factory.

The Portuguese discovered the uninhabited island in 1513. From the 17th to the 19th centuries, French immigration supplemented by influxes of Africans, Chinese, Malagasy, and Malabar Indians gave the island its ethnic mix. The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 cost the island its importance as a stopover on the East Indies trade route. It remained a colony until 1946, when it became a département of the French Republic.

It is often said that Reunion has more than its fair share of cars, and it's true. At certain times, the road networks can become jam-packed with vehicles, but in order to overcome this, all a visitor needs to know is when to travel and how to travel. The national road (route nationale) which goes round the island is double-laned for each direction in many places. The rest of the roads are usually tarmacked, with one lane in each direction.

Reunion Island has almost one thousand kilometers of hiking trails, with an astonishing variety of landscapes for an island. The cirques, plains and volcano have been classified as a French national natural park. The best hikes are probably in the Mafate cirque and on the volcano. The exceptionnal Mafate circus has no roads, and about 800 inhabitants.

This can be accessed from Saint-Louis by the road of 420 bends (route aux 420 virages). Whilst in this welcoming village seated at the foot of the Piton des Neiges cliff, be sure not to miss the embroidery museum (musée de la broderie). Cilaos is a paradise for hikers of all abilities. With the circuit of the volcano, the most famous hike is most definitely the ascent of the Piton des Neiges.

There are many possible accommodation types in reunion: Ordinary hotels; privately run Gîtes d'Étape; Gîtes de Montagne are mountain cabins or lodges located in the central areas appropriate and operated by Reunion Island Tourism Board, youth hostels are operated by Auberge de jeunesse de la réunion. There are five youth hostels at Réunion Island ; Hell Bourg, Bernica, Entre Deux, Saint Denis and Cilaos.

A lot to see in Réunion such as :

Piton de la Fournaise
Piton des Neiges
Trou de Fer
Pas de Bellecombe
Réunion National Park
Plage de l'Hermitage
Grand Galet Falls
Forest Bélouve
Plaine des Sables
Taïbit Pass
Plage de Boucan Canot
Col des Bœufs
Cirque de Salazie
Anse waterfalls
Volcano House
Grand Bénare
Grande Anse
Bassin des Aigrettes
Parfums et des Épices Garden
Aquarium of Reunion
Cirque de Cilaos
La Roche Merveilleuse
Belvedere of Bois Court
Plage des Roches Noires
Musée Stella Matutina
Rivière des Galets
Plaine des Cafres
Jardin de l'État
Roche Écrite
Roasted Coffee Estate
Cap Noir
Saga du Rhum
case creole
Rivière Langevin
Conservatoire botanique national de Mascarin
Niagara Fall
Église Notre-Dame-des-Laves
Cap Méchant
The vanilla plantation, Domaine du Grand Hazier
Trou d'eau
Marché de Saint-Paul
Bassin la Paix
Parc akOatys
Dolomieu Crater

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