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The hotel USA the robot delivers the wine and cares about social distance

In one of the hotels in California a robot that delivers wine, towels and products, has become the Ambassador of social distancing, according to Lonely Planet.

Technological progress brings many positive emotions in daily life. In 2018, the hotel appeared rose - 30-centimeter robot deliveryman. He entertained guests of all ages, but with the beginning of the pandemic, he had new responsibilities.

Poll: Russian tourists are told, as they rest this summer

Tourists interviewed online, told how they rest this summer, reports OneTwoTrip.

The company's specialists conducted a survey of 1264 users and found that half of respondents (50 percent) was unable to travel because of work. A quarter (26 per cent) of respondents admitted that they don't want to go on vacation. Spent the holidays in the country 18 percent of respondents, and six percent traveled to Russia.

Private island in Ireland, bought for six million dollars

Anonymous bought a private island horse off the coast of Ireland for six million dollars, never seeing live, their buy, according to CNN.

All negotiations with the buyer were conducted remotely, he saw the island only on video. The owner name is not disclosed, we only know that he is European.

Hungary in the EU first announced that it would let the Russians, but with one condition

Russia was among the so-called "yellow" zone – according to the decision of the Hungarian epidemiological authorities, reported on the official page in Facebook of the Embassy of this country in Russia. This means that from July 15, 2020, the Russians (unlike the citizens of the States "red" zone) will be able to travel to Hungary, but subject to certain conditions. The path to this European country is open to those who provide proof of negative tests for the presence of coronavirus.

In epidemiological measures, introduced in connection with COVID-19, 15 July 2020 rules of entry to Hungary will change.

Tom cruise flew in to film in London for a couple of hours before the new restrictions

Tom cruise managed to land in London just a few hours before the entry into force of the regulations under which all arriving from abroad have to spend in quarantine for two weeks, reports The Sun.

The government has decided to introduce new restrictive measures on Monday, 8 June, and the 57-year-old Hollywood actor Tom cruise landed at the airport Biggin Hill in the suburbs of the British capital on Sunday evening.

Russian musicians have written over a thousand songs about the coronavirus

Over a thousand tracks were written by the musicians in the period of self-isolation, among them "Buckwheat Martini" T-Killah and "quarantined" Timur Rodriguez, follows from the study of the service "Yandex.Music".

"The musicians during the forced isolation has written more than a thousand tracks devoted to this topic. Including popular, such as "Buckwheat Martini" T-Killah and "quarantined" Timur Rodriguez. And the song "We are home" group "Hadn of dads" became the anthem of isolation", - said the press service.

Announced the list of films selected for this year's Cannes film festival

Pierre Lesur and Thierry Fremaux announced the official program of the 73rd Cannes film festival 56 films, reported on the official page of the show.

It includes, in particular, "the French Manager" Wes Anderson and "Summer of '85" is Francois Ozon.

Cultural figures spoke about the gradual weakening of the regime of self-isolation

People's artist Edgard Zapashny, saxophonist Igor Butman, pianist Denis Matsuev, radio and TV presenter Alla Dovlatov, as well as singer and actress Marina Fedunkiv supported a gradual easing of the isolation regime in Moscow.

He added that he hoped that the schedule of the walks, introduced in Moscow, will be effective. "Because we see that the worst scenario, we still have escaped" — he said.

The Norwegians found under the floor of artifacts from the Viking era

. The couple discovered during the renovation of their home in the suburbs Bode in Northern Norway, a glass bead and an iron axe of the Viking times, according to local newspaper The Local.

Presumably the age of the finds is a thousand years.

James Cameron returned to New Zealand for the filming of "Avatar"

Director James Cameron returned to New Zealand to resume the shooting of "Avatar," said in his instagram the producer Jon Landau.

Aboard a Charter flight, flying from Los Angeles to Wellington, were 54 passengers. The flight took about 13 hours.

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