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... but as an example of a typical dinner menu, my selections last night were Chicken Terrine with Calvados Apple Ragout and Marinated Salad; Cream of Broccoli Soup with Almonds; Veal Saltimbocca on Marsala Sauce and Mediterranean Vegetables served with Risotto Milanese; Cheese and Grapes. With dinner I had a Rocca di Percival a Merlot from Italy. Again, I wonder why am I putting on weight? The verdict is that although overall I had a better time on last year's walking ...
... the Opera building in Paris. Its smallish but very stylish and comfortable. Has all that we need and we are excited to be here in Paris. Lugging the bags up five floors was fun particularly when we went up the wrong stairs and had to do it again.
We dumped the bags and went for a walk along the river and down towards the Eiffel tower etc. Its cold ...
... and asked her the covenant questions we find in the Bible. I pushed her head gently below the water, taking care than she was completely immersed (the meaning of the word baptism).
Following this we dried off and I asked God to grant her the gift of His Holy Spirit through the laying on of hands. And we have a new sister in Christ: Odette Zikpi, Guy’s wife. She’s had quite an interesting story which she had told me earlier. At first ...
... Like most of
Burgundy, Chalon has a long history starting with a Roman settlement and has
many old buildings – unfortunately, we forgot the camera but found Chalon is
similar to the other towns in the region.
Next day (24th) we docked in Tournus and went on a bus tour
through some lovely countryside and picturesque, medieval villages (including
Taize) to the 17th century Chateau Cromatin, a ...
... audio tour which had some great stories about the history of each of the artists and told me what I was actually looking at but ultimately I came away feeling confused.
Leaving the museum Steven shared with me a thought he had about how the art world is basically a cult. His rationale for this theory is that you care about it and it makes sense to you when you're in it (the arty people) but from the outside (the rational people) ...