Il Giardino dell'Artemisia
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... out everything about the area. Well done Neville - despite your technical problems you delivered a very interesting, insightful presentation. It's now Sunday and we drove to Cumbria to see my Cousin Laura and Family. An interesting tour of the region by Dominic and a delightful pub lunch. My "tourist" highlight was going to Alnwich Castle (Northumberland). Harry Potter movie 1 and 2 were partly filmed here. What an outstanding ...
... on the Wednesday (or the weekend). We've found a wonderful ski instructor to coach James and I on "how to ski". We are booked for our first lesson on 12th December. We have collected a Carte Scolaire for James and this means his Season Ski Pass for the Valley is only 79Euro.
As you all know, Aunty Chris visited us for a week from England and that was wonderful. This last weekend, Deane (my Step-Brother) visited us and it was a ...
... of heights and surprisingly my ears didn't bug me or at least no more than usual. I noticed though that I had problems breathing and I guess even a little bit of vertigo. Either way I decided I didn't need to go up any other. So my dad, Riley and I went up to the cafe there and just took in the views and what a view! This meant Riley got food so he was happy. It was beautiful but unbelievable to think people hiked up or around the top. I ...
... with an emphasis on the ‘char’) food in minutes! I’m sure the lights in the apartment block dim when I turn it on full power, and I’m half expecting a phone call from the Research Physicists at CERN (just down the road) to ask when our roast chicken is cooked, cos they need the extra amperage to run their particle accelerator.Still, things are progressing. We have cooked a few of the local Haute Savoie dishes, including ...
It’s hard to believe that we have been in France almost 11 weeks now. Since then, we’ve met some great people, marginally improved my French, made lots of new friends and, most importantly, learnt to shop (and hopefully cook) like a Frenchman.
To begin to cook, first you must have the ingredients. I love food markets, anywhere in the world. Whenever we visit a new city or town I’m happy to leave Ali to the Art Galleries and historical ...