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What a great full day out. We managed to get going for once and went straight to the gardens owned and run by the Internationale Musee de Parfumerie, part of the same ticket we bought for the Museum on Sunday. Blue skies and bright sunshine added to the lovely gardens full of lavender, fruit trees, jasmine, spicy and edible plants, as well as the frogs in the pond and little sculptures dotted around. Guy was busy with his camera and Matt did a few sketches - nice! Back in ...
... being our starboard (right) bow side-thruster, we made it out slowly, carefully and very safely. Yeah -- we were free.... Off we go enjoying the warmth of the morning sunshine, as we methodically cruise our way North. Of course, I took all opportunities to photo-shoot this beautiful, Eastern green shore of Corsica. What a t ruly lovely island this is... But froom what I have learned the last three days, it (as well as Sardinia), are in a very volitable ...
Let me start this post off by saying Lord Crispy was in his element the last couple of days. Why you may ask? Well Lorrake was killin' it in Monaco that's why. For those who don't know, Monaco is an extremely small country, chilling right in the south of France. It is the land of all things expensive. You can't walk down the street without seeing a Ferrari, an old man wearing an expensive suit, and a young woman ...
... spots to eat and shop. The she took us to her favorite grocery store and waited while we stumbled around trying to find such things as sugar (sucre) and bacon (jambon) while not being very good at French. Our flights were uneventful. But after landing at Charles de Gaullle Airport, we took an Air France bus (thanks Jean DesChates) to the Gare de Lyon train station in Downtown Paris. For ...
rouille. The crème brulee was brought out in three little ceramic dishes, one
for each flavor. There was pistachio, (not something that crème brulee should
ever taste like), raspberry (good, but didn’t really taste like crème brulee),
and vanilla (obviously the most true to form and therefore the best).
Naturally, this did not stop me from scarfing down all three servings plus one
of the other girl’s pistachio because she’s allergic ...