autoroute


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autoroute

a French motorway
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For safety's sake, wear a high-visibility jacket if you find yourself walking along an autoroute hard shoulder.
Microsoft UK has announced the immediate availability of an updated version of its mapping software, AutoRoute 2003.
Take the Autoroute de l'Ouest (the A-13, a toll highway) from Paris to Caen, then take highway N-13 to Bayeux.
Destination AutoRoute: AutoRoute environment in use today by Board Station family customers that encompasses Destination AutoActive and the industry's best auto router.
But only a few kilometres down the autoroute to Nyon, where he has rented a house.
Give or take a new autoroute or glass pyramid, France doesn't seem to change over the years.
Since the new autoroute from Calais to West Paris or Rouen has opened, excursions to Deauville and the Paris courses have become much easier.
Currently, demos are up and running Microsoft Office 2000 applications, but shortly the Autoroute journey planner software will be available.
I am paranoid about the unforgiving French cops and their on-the-spot fines and the AutoRoute tolls that empty your wallet quicker than a Parisian pickpocket.
So it's less than an hour to modern France and modern multifreeway Europe, where turbo Saabs and the big Mercs roar south down the autoroute from Cologne and Copenhagen at 210 kilometres per hour, honking, blinking and threatening to crush the lagging old Renaults which have been driven out onto the highway by the poor, cowering locals who are only looking for a quick short-cut to their cousins in the next town.
No one but the French would adorn the industrialstrength Autoroute from Nancy to Nice with miles and miles of flowers.
To get to Aubagne from Marseille, take Route A52 east 10 miles; from Aix, take Autoroute A8 (La Provencale) east, then Route A96 south--a total of 22 miles.