Au Relais de Vouzeron
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This morning we went for a walk down the steep path from Sancerre and then to the right past the Eiffel Tower and back via the steps to the Marie and then back to our house. After lunch we drove to Aubigny-Sur-Nere about 40 kms to the north west through vineyards and cereal farming country. We passed through several small towns. Reaping of barley is well advanced ...
... how P and H deliver abundantly to the lives of those they deal
with- think of a rather bland soup
mixture , then add Pea and Ham. What difference that makes.
The word ENTREPRENEUR has been much sullied by an ignorant and semi illiterate press in recent decades. Often we have seen the Skases and Bonds of the world referred to as entrepreneur or maybe failed entrepreneur- when in fact the words like lazy, ...
I had a room booked with the two ladies at a local house in Neuvy-Pailloux, but it had been booked too full for our male companion to stay with us. At a fork in the road, we parted ways, with the intention to meet again tomorrow.
When we arrived at our destination, we were greeted warmly by our hostess with homemade cherry tart and tea. We swapped stories and she showed us to our rooms. The house filled with good smells as she prepared ...
"Sur le chemin spiritual, il ne faut rien chercher qui serait extraordinaire. L'extraordinaire est dans la profondeur de l’ordinaire!" –Karlfried Graf Durkheim
Last night when the kind lady drove me to the chateau, she invited me to breakfast with her family and my other companions. So my morning began by eating another excellent French breakfast. It doesn’t seem like French people ever eat hot breakfasts, but that ...
... bakery that had beautiful fruit tarts in the window. My companions said that is traditional in France to have a cake on Sundays, so we all agreed to split the price of a large fruit tart. We then walked to the local church and had our grand lunch on the stairs. Salad, pasta, roast chicken, boiled eggs, cheese, and fruit tart. It was hardly a pilgrim’s lunch! The weather was nice, and it was by far the highlight of the day.