Guide du Routard Amsterdam et ses environs 2017
« Dieu créa le monde, à l’exception de la Hollande qui fut créée par les hollandais. » En dehors des tulipes, on y cultive dans les vieux cafés, les intérieurs cossus et le long des canaux cette notion parfois surannée que l’on nomme gezelligheid, un concept intraduisible entre convivialité, bien-être et sociabilité. Vous trouverez dans le Routard Amsterdam et ses environs : unepremière partie haute en couleuravec des cartes et des photos, pour repérer plus facilement le pays dans son ensemble et nos coups de cœur ; des adresses souvent introuvables ailleurs ; des visites culturelles originales en dehors des sentiers battus ; des infos remises à jour chaque année puis des cartes et plans détaillés. Merci à tous les Routards qui partagent nos convictions : Liberté et indépendance d’esprit ; découverte et partage ; sincérité, tolérance et respect des autres.
Le Guide Du Routard
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I Love to Sleep in My Own Bed
"This book follows the story of little bunny, Jimmy. Jimmy doesn't want to sleep in his own bed. Every night he sneaks quietly into his parents' room and falls asleep in their bed. Until one night something unexpected happened."--P.  of cover.
French Administrative Law
This new edition of the leading English-language text in its field offers a complete and current overview of droit administratif, which is regarded (alongside the Napoleonic Code) as the most notable achievement of French legal science. The book includes eleven expanded appendices--with statistics, model pleadings, and other illustrations--and will prove an invaluable source for information on the courts, their procedures, and their case-loads. The approach throughout the volume is comparative, with many references to developments in UK common law and in the EC institutions.
The 500 Hidden Secrets of Rotterdam
An insider's guide to Rotterdam and its hidden secrets and addresses An inspirational and practical guide to Rotterdam's finest and most interesting places, buildings, restaurants, shops, museums, galleries, neighborhoods, gardens and cafes A new edition in Luster's successful and attractive series of city guidesTrue locals Saskia Naafs & Guido van Eijck selected 500 addresses and facts about Rotterdam that few people know and presents them in lists of 5, alongside beautiful photographs.Guido and Saskia's favorite addresses include a former harbor warehouse turned daily fresh market where you can sample a perfect locally roasted coffee or a homemade cider, a bright red light vessel ship where you can attend an intimate concert, or a former subtropical swimming paradise where your can grow your own oyster mushrooms.Journalists Saskia Naafs and Guido van Eijck are born and bred in Rotterdam. They specialize in a wide range of topics, from housing and education, to music and art. They write for national newspapers Het Parool and de Volkskrant and weekly magazine De Groene Amsterdammer."
On the day that Paris fell to the Nazis, R. G. Waldeck was checking into the swankiest hotel in Bucharest, the Athene Palace. A cosmopolitan center during the war, the hotel was populated by Italian and German oilmen hoping to secure new business opportunities in Romania, international spies cloaked in fake identities, and Nazi officers whom Waldeck discovered to be intelligent but utterly bloodless. A German Jew and a reporter for Newsweek, Waldeck became a close observer of the Nazi invasion. As King Carol first tried to placate the Nazis, then abdicated the throne in favor of his son, Waldeck was dressing for dinners with diplomats and cozying up to Nazi officers to get insight and information. From her unique vantage, she watched as Romania, a country with a pro-totalitarian elite and a deep strain of anti-Semitism, suffered civil unrest, a German invasion, and an earthquake, before turning against the Nazis. A striking combination of social intimacy and disinterest political analysis, Athene Palace evokes the elegance and excitement of the dynamic international community in Bucharest before the world had comes to grips with the horrors of war and genocide. Waldeck’s account strikingly presents the finely wrought surface of dinner parties, polite discourse, and charisma, while recognizing the undercurrents of violence and greed that ran through the denizens of Athene Palace.
Law in the Service of Human Dignity
The accelerating pace of international law developments in multiple fora present a challenge for studying, influencing, and predicting these changes. This volume assembles essays from notable jurists, academics, and practitioners from around the world who offer new insights regarding the jurisprudence of world trade law, the changing landscape of investment arbitration, and other vital topics in international adjudication. These essays are assembled in celebration of Justice Florentino Feliciano of The Philippines, who continues to be one of the most inspirational figures in the international law community. This collection will be of special interest to analysts of the World Trade Organization as the contributors include six current or former members of the WTO Appellate Body, as well as several leading trade law commentators. Among the key issues discussed are the WTO environmental cases, trade and human rights, and potential reforms of the WTO dispute system.
Provides information on how to survive the major threats to human life, cold, heat, thirst, and physical exertion, and provides tips about how to survive in a group
Walking on the Amalfi Coast
Walking on the Amalfi Coast describes 32 day-walks, ranging from 3km to 11km in length. The walks explore the Sorrento Peninsula, Amalfi Coast and Monti Lattari, as well as the islands of Capri and Ischia in the Gulf of Naples. The whole area is crisscrossed by ancient mule tracks, pilgrim routes and goat tracks, offering a variety of walking from family strolls to strenuous treks across terrain from paved paths to verdant hillside paths and rough volcanic scree. Split into the five sections of Ischia, Capri, Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi, each walk is accompanied by relevant public transport information as well as a sketch map. The book also provides local and practical information, accommodation options and an Italian-English glossary. The steep southern edge of the Sorrento peninsula, famous for its medieval villages perched atop plunging cliffs, with their near-vertical vineyards and lemon orchards, is recognised as a World Heritage Site. This coastline, the rugged landscape behind, crowned by the Monti Lattari, and the idyllic islands of Capri and Ischia together make a perfect holiday destination for walkers.
A brutal tale of the exploits of French commandos on the Great War's Bulgarian front