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... I have a moment here and there to catch up!
First of all, welcome to any new GretchenArt summer series blog followers and welcome back to my loyal followers from the Grand Italian Adventure! Feel free to invite your friends and colleagues to join me for the summer too!
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Leaving Los Angeles
This year, instead of ...
... called the Pirelli or Goodyear awards, we're not sure yet.
Once Xavier had cooked our meal he directed three apprentice chefs to shovel the Duck foie gras cremeux with onion biscuit in a lemon and sweet wine to the brim of the trailer. Javier backed the ambulance up to the trailer while the apprentices winched an oak barrel full of Watermelon 'gazpacho' with cured ham on Parmesan biscuits into the rear of the ambulance then they were off. This ...
... that line about devices and desires didn't know the half of it.
Elias has been holding regularly scheduled Skype sessions with his teacher, back in California. Our house in Chefchaouen, of indoor rain fame, had no wi-fi, so Cindy and I made a visit to a nearby hostel to see if perhaps the session could be held there. We were greeted like ...
... some rest. I tried out the wifi and it is so much better than that on the ship. Finally.
Late in the afternoon we took a walk to the Plaza Catalunya just down the street, then down the Ramblas a little, over to the Gothic district and back, all without buying anything. Then down a quiet backstreet to an outdoor cafe for dinner. I passed up the gelato tonight and we returned to our hotel to sit out on the balcony and watch the action out on ...
... d seen the day before. Although we didn’t actually buy much, Caitlin got her ears pierced at- believe it or not –Claire’s! We went out to dinner one last time in the Barri Gotic area where we skipped over the tapas restaurants and chose Japanese instead. We are currently headed to Cadiz, a city in south western Spain where we can get back into the tapas eating mode.