The most attractive holiday destinations

When it comes to vacation destinations, everyone has his or her own preferences, of course. A helping hand can of course be useful, so has the World Economic Forum made a list of the most attractive holiday destinations in the world.

The researchers are looking at issues such as safety, nature, infrastructure, health and value. This has resulted in the following top ten:

1/ Spain
2/ France
3/ Germany
4/ Japan
5/ Great-Britain
6/ United States
7/ Australia
8/ Italy
9/ Canada
10/ Switzerland

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Also France knows who Memphis Depay is after score astonishing goal!

Former Manchester United winger Memphis Depay scored an incredible goal from the halfway line during Lyon’s 4-0 win against Toulouse on Sunday.

The Dutchman left Old Trafford for Ligue 1 in January in a deal worth around £15million and he’s impressed during his short time in France.

The 23-year-old arrived at the Theatre of Dreams with a big reputation from PSV Eindhoven but he left after a frustrating 18 months at the club.

United installed a buy-back option into Depay’s contract when he moved to Lyon and they might be looking at activating it after the Netherlands international’s stunning goal against Toulouse.

The winger swiveled in the centre circle before launching an amazing effort over the Toulouse goalkeeper, who he spotted off his line.

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World famous Oxford University proposed move to Paris because of Brexit

The world famous Oxford University is considering due partly to move the approaching Brexit to continental Europe. Oxford University is in talks with representatives of the city of Paris to open a branch. The idea is that after the Brexit to continue to claim European subsidies, and to have the same exchanges with European universities.

Oxford University is considering opening its first foreign campus in direct response to the UK leaving the European Union.

The former director of the French ministry for education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, confirmed French authorities and institutions were working to bring the UK’s most revered universities to France and said officials had also spoken to representatives from the University of Warwick.

 According to The Daily Telegraph, Oxford University has been informed that such a campus would automatically obtain French legal status and would therefore continue to receive EU funding after Brexit.

If the plans between Oxford and what The Daily Telegraph describes as “leading institutions” in France come to fruition, then construction of a new Oxford University campus in the French capital could begin as early as 2018.

A decision has yet to be reached, but a spokesman for Oxford said:  “Oxford has been an international university throughout its history and it is determined to remain open to the world whatever the future political landscape looks like.”

The possibility that Brexit could lead to European research funding being withdrawn from UK universities has been described as a “disaster”, by academics.

In addition, universities fear that lack of access to Europe will make them less attractive to potential students and staff members.

Last month, Oxford University’s head of Brexit strategy Professor Alastair Buchan said being in Europe meant the university could “play in the top league”.

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Paris Saint-Germain humiliated Barcelona, 4-0


Angel Di Maria made the 1th and 3th goal

Edinson Cavani made number 4 for PSG

Paris Saint-Germain has made a historic 4-0 victory over FC Barcelona. The team of Luis Enrique had tonight not stand a chance against an unleashed Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of the Champions League at the ‘Parc des Princes’ in Paris.

Paris – Glass wall proposed to replace Eiffel Tower metal fencing

Paris authorities say they want to replace the metal security fencing around the Eiffel Tower with a more visually appealing glass wall.

A statement from Paris City Hall issued Thursdays said see-through panels could replace the existing fences at the north and south of the famed monument that were installed for the Euro 2016 soccer event.

The proposal will be examined by the city’s sites commission and then needs approval from the environment ministry.

City tourism chief Jean-Francois Martins says the glass is an aesthetic substitute for the metal fencing, which was “useful in security matters” but “spoils the view.”

The proposal is part of a 300 million euro ($3.2 million) project announced in January to modernize the 128-year-old tower.

No timetable has been set for the possible work.

Source: TheJakartaPost

Miss Thailand enters final 6 at Miss Universe 2017

Miss Thailand Chalita Suansane kept her Miss Universe title hope alive after emerging as the final 6 contestants following completion of the evening gown show. 

The next round will be Q&A session, where only the top three will be advancing. Joining Miss Thailand to round of the last 6 are Miss France, Miss Kenya, Miss Philippines, Miss Haiti and Miss Colombia.

Source: TheNation

Memphis Depay signs for 4.5 years at Olympique Lyon

Olympique Lyon and Manchester United have agreed on the transfer of Memphis Depay. President Jean-Michel Aulas confirmed tonight that the two clubs have reached an agreement in principle. He responded to earlier reports of the French sports newspaper L’Equipe, which reported that only a few details of the deal should be settled.

Memphis (22) undergoes on Short-term a medical examination at the French club. The striker signed for 4.5 years. With the transition would take between 15 and 20 million euros. ManUnited thereby suffers loss on the 22-year-old international, who the club last summer around 30 million euros had paid. Playboy Memphis could not live up to the high expectations. This season he has hardly played of coach Jose Mourinho.