Sous le Tilleul
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We are settled in our cute apartment and after another sleep in we arose at 9am to face another day. I have not previously mentioned the weather, it has been nothing other than beautiful ,just like Spring days in Sydney. Ken sitting outside on balcony enjoying a glass of wine at 5.30 in tee shirt. We have been truly blessed with sunny days and no wind at this stage. We enjoyed a coffee and croissant for breakfast and set off again for a full day of walking Around ...
... the one in Rome, an amphitheater, ramparts and a large obelisk in the middle of town. Great Roman ruins town.
It had been threatening rain all day long, and finally about 4:00 pm just as we were seeing where Van Gogh painted "The Garden" (that was beautiful!), the skys opened up and we had a gully-washer of a rain storm. We took cover in the Brasserie where we had lunch, and drank and ate and waited it out. About an hour ...
... in your rental (it's a portable unit). I had reserved it, thinking I could use my iPhone for GPS. Unfortunately they didn't have any units. Reminded me of a Seinfeld episode where the rental car company didn't have Jerry's rental even though he reserved one. "There are two parts to the rental. Taking the reservation and keeping the reservation. Apparently you are very good at taking of the reservation, but not so good at keeping ...
... caramelised shallot topped with toasted almonds and fig marinated in red wine and served with salad greens dressed in a tasty tapenade and oil. The meats were cooked to perfection over a wood flamed grill and the potato had a darker flesh than we're used to and an interesting flavour and was topped with a crème fraîche with garlic and fennel. Delicious. Enjoyed with a recommended côtes de Provence red, which went very well with meats. How good can it ...
... 8220;undesirables”, and third as an interment camp for Jews being deported to Auschwitz via Drancy. It is also known as the “camp of artists” due to the number and diversity of artworks produced by the interned; more than 400 pieces were created here by the likes of Max Ernst, Hans Bellmer, and Lion Feuchtwanger as a way to channel their creativity to resist the persecution and dehumanization to ...