A La Cornemuse
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... cheese made by the monks. And we got to hear their vespers at 5:00 last evening, all Gregorian chants. It was apple fete at the abbey and the crowds were huge but by the time we had consumed a brick if fromage bleu, blue cheese, potato chips and apples most of the crowd had left. The service was quietly beautiful, soothing and mesmerizing. We drove back to Lac Brome and ate the compote de pomme, apple sauce, ...
Nous sommes aujourd'hui le 13 septembre, une semaine avant le jour J !!
I love Italy... The sceneries, the beaches, the weather, the history, the wine, the hot Italians, the food oh my god the food.. All of it!! Makes me drool! But of course most of all the coffee!
J'ai decidee de partir a Rome quelques mois afin de prendre une experience de vie, culturelle et professionnelle. Des mon retour je ...
Today was an even later wake up for the kids. I guess they were tired from all the boating they did yesterday. We're leaving today, but not until evening. After breakfast, we packed lunch and headed back to the beach. It was the warmest and clearest of all the days we were there. The kids were right back on the power boat for more ...
We were all tired and got up after 9:00 this morning. It was a day long beach day. Peter took the kids out on the power boat all day long, only coming back in to get lunch. They were enjoying aqua boarding. I went along in the afternoon to take videos. We had a fantastic bonfire in the evening and roasted ...
The people in Vermont call this area " The Quiet Corner" and we were so happy we visited this wonderful area!!!
We had no idea how amazing Newport would be but...it was vibrant little town on the shores of Lake Memphremugog, a beautiful International lake!! We had a picnic on the lake shores and then walked the streets of town, which included climbing a steep hill to one of the ...