Chez La Rose
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... he was a lot farther along than myself. The second guy was from Hong Kong and a recent University (no one calls it "College" except Americans) graduate who was participating in a work program in Dublin for a year. He was visiting Lyon and Paris before going to Dublin. The third guy was the translator (at least that’s what I called him), he could speak French, Italian, Spanish, English, and, according to him, after two bottles of wine about 15 other languages as ...
... so awesome, so friendly and so good to talk to. I love hearing other people's stories and why they are here. At this point we have all been drinking for 5 hours and are all pretty drunk mucking around in the pool... Dinner time was at 7pm and we had PORK RIBS OH MY GOD they were so amazing. They were even more amazing because I was so drunk and so hungry. Katelyn didn't want hers so I scored another serving WINNING!! Tonight we have a party ...
... highway and see a few Harley's pass us down the middle of the highway, between the lanes of cars. It was none other than the French chapter of the shells Angels. Well that was cool. French drivers are better than Italian drivers. They are much more polite and never honk. They still like to drive in the middle of the road and signal the wrong way and/or leave the signal light on forever. But definitely better than Italy. We had a gorgeous drive from Nice to St ...
... on the table and had some wine. It was really nice! Ordering the wine platter for take away was another funny story. We met an english couple that had moved here about 5.5 years ago and spoke French. H asked for a doggy bag, hilarious. Great night, sleeping in a turret, what more could I want. It was in the castle i had a chat to rich about our future plans, mentioned we never really discuss what were doing etc. interesting ...
... As we tucked into our food we were pleasantly aware of the theatre going on around - great people watching. We had a number of amuse bouche and a trip down memory lane for my desert. Back in the 1970's and a trainee chemist at ICI Organics, Manchester, the staff restaurant included a Buttery. I always remember having Rum Baba, it was a pleasure going to work. So when I saw it on the menu I couldn't ...