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When we came out of the museum, we were in full sun. Aw, spring! The weather changes quickly. We walked to the Marais neighborhood where lots of people had decided to stroll in the sunshine on a Sunday afternoon. This area is a upscale shopping and restaurant neighborhood, full of life and activity. Not far from there is Shakespeare and Company, an English bookstore crammed with books in English. We enjoyed browsing ...
... tips and recipes and then the end result to eat. Finally I figured out this was more of an entertainment niche with a nice meal at the end rather than an actual cooking class.
This is the fourth cooking class that my husband and I have taken. Each one has been run a bit different. Our first, in Tuscany, Italy, was a ...
... while Mitch dashed up the stairs. Then helpful owner (and his cleaner) lugged our bags up the final flight. Lovely little apartment (essentially the upper section of the owners larger apartment downstairs) – as Mitch said – a bit dated, but a bit enchanting too! Apparently we are not to make any noise after 10pm (not usually a problem as we tend to be asleep by then anyway – although we do seem to be adjusting to later French hours).
Good bye London, hello Paris.
As we speed across the country side of France at 300 kilometres per hour, here are Hilary's impressions of London:
So many people, so many languages! My first immediate reaction was toward the beauty and historical significance of the architecture. The sense of awe as you see buildings that have been there for centuries is overwhelming. Beautiful parks and green space, flowers everywhere. None ...