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... out everything about the area. Well done Neville - despite your technical problems you delivered a very interesting, insightful presentation. It's now Sunday and we drove to Cumbria to see my Cousin Laura and Family. An interesting tour of the region by Dominic and a delightful pub lunch. My "tourist" highlight was going to Alnwich Castle (Northumberland). Harry Potter movie 1 and 2 were partly filmed here. What an outstanding ...
... every mouthful is a delight. James is currently working his way through their counter of offerings, having been told he isn’t allowed to pick the same thing twice. Luckily we are here for a few more months yet.While Chamonix is a fantastic location, it sadly lacks a dedicated food market, where the local producers assemble together 5 or 6 days a week to offer their wares. Alas we have to settle for the Saturday morning open market in central Chamonix, ...
... to confirm what we could already see developing around us.
“Thunderstorms evening/night – locally heavy – changing to continuous heavy rain, wind moderate to strong.” *gulp*
Having only had about 4 hours sleep, we didn’t really fancy being thunderstormed-on for our first night, so abandoned the plan for camping in Les Houches and asked the tourist office about any ...
... great return visit with a British woman who lives there year round. After some territory, Carole followed up on some return visits in Morzine, another ski resort that was nearby. One of these return visits, an Australian woman who was working as a nanny agreed to have a Bible study! But that's not all, the woman also asked if her children could have their own Bible study! It was such a wonderful day in service. I had so much ...
... the castle was home to the Counts of Savoy, and it was greatly expanded in the 13th century by Pietro II. The Castle was never taken in a siege, but did change hands through treaties. It was made popular by Lord Byron, who wrote the poem The Prisoner Of Chillon (1816) about François de Bonivard, a Genevois monk and politician who was imprisoned there from 1530 to 1536; Byron also carved his name on a pillar of the dungeon. The castle is one of the settings in ...