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French waiters deserve more than your reviews

An American tourist visiting Paris speaks Twitter The mistake he made when he asked if he could have an oat milk latte: “The waiter said no!” Great is the indignation expressed by these few words, and our man need not express his anger. The facts spoke for themselves, and they fed the clichés about France and its arrogant service sector while feeding them, and one would expect that support to flow.

This is what happened. The internet has gone crazy – showing how vital this medium is – with people struggling to share horror stories on French servers. This is comforting in a way because it shows the regularity of the daily news inflammationNon-repayable home loans, Hostilities in Ukrainethey Power outage = power outage This winter, government cacophony or even destruction Wasps One does not consume as much as one thinks.

Thus, the British had little more room in their minds to attack the French. It’s not that bad!

A vegan cookie in Clermont-Ferrand

However, it’s annoying… If I was working in a Parisian bar and an American came to order – in English, of course – an oat milk latte, I wouldn’t settle for him, I’d send him flying out. street, where he would see the dangers of running into French motorists.

In any case, one thing is certain: you can find oat milk everywhere in France, as well as many other things that don’t look like food for people over 55. Vegetarian and vegan Exploded everywhere. Lately I’ve had no choice but to eat a vegan cookie Clermont Ferrand, meat town par excellence. To be honest, it wasn’t really edible, but it already had merit. Hence non-animal food products are widely available. You won’t find them in a traditional French cafe, as you won’t

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The Daily Telegraph (London)

Atlanticist in substance and anti-European, bitter and determined in form, it is the leading conservative reference newspaper. Founded in 1855, it is one of the last of the quality newspapers that did not abandon large format.

Its agenda is very popular, especially the Court Circular which presents the activities of the royal family every day. Another highly anticipated date is the ever-stylish and funny little cartoon on the front of Matt. Held by media mogul Conrad Black until early 2004, the title is now owned by billionaire brothers David and Frederick Barclay.

It was the first British newspaper to launch a site in 1994, and is widely considered one of the most comprehensive in the Anglo-Saxon world. Highly interactive, it puts all of the daily’s content online, and provides links to other links at the end of each article.

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