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... ending to a magical day, Dad even stating that he has "never seen anything like it!" Everyone was so tired but on a high due to the amazing day. A solid 12 and a half hours spent at Disneyland meant for a really deep sleep beginning close to midnight as that is when we arrived home! Sarah slept until 10am and Taylor got woken up at 12:30pm, because the family should really start the day soon! Overall, a huge day! Many things got achieved in Disneyland, and we all just want to go ...
... actual butcher cutting the portions as you selected what you wanted (as well as the huge range of standard pre-cut meats if you preferred the convenience). An amazing store – But still not as exciting as yesterday). In anycase, we did a big shop including some delicious premade Flammekeuche we discovered a couple of weeks back. Open the pack, 10 minutes in a frying pad and voila – Instant tasty goodness delivered to your mouth.
We devoured 1 ...
Sat down at Le Souffle and perusing the menus, we both decided to indulge in a souffle entree and a souffle main (this place is renown for Souffles for every course). I opted for a normal desert, but Sue went the whole hog and ordered a caramel souffle for desert! Me thinks that is 1 souffle too much!!
Souffles entrees were excellent, Sue had spinach and I had Tomato and Basil....very light, fluffy and plenty of flavour.
... the ancient university buildings, thinking about the many famous people who have been educated there.
Two days in a lovely small hotel in Cheltenham allowed us to explore the picture postcard perfect Cotswolds, yellow stone buildings and beautiful gardens, narrow streets through very old towns dotted amongst the rolling green hills and of course another castle (stilled lived in and owned by a "Lady something ") to explore - Sudely castle.
... and curlicued and at least a foot thick. You can't grab it to help yourself down the stairs because it is too massive. That's ok though - you would rather throw yourself upon it and feel the cool marble against your face while you thank the universe for art and beauty and talented people. Vive la France you may mutter weakly as your knees buckle in prayerful gratitude to the magnificence of it all. But I digress....
"Let's not ...