Hotel Le Chastellan
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... playing. The views are truly spectacular.
The owner, another Stefan, has a solution for my tyre problem. He has a foot pump that I can use to get enough air in to see me to a small garage and repair shop in the next village along. In such a remote location, the guy there will certainly knows all about fixing tyres.
I have pizza in the village cafe (the ...
... looking back at poor David's face as he trudged up the kilometre long Everestian slope was pretty heartbreaking... Sorry David, Wasn't it Munch who talked about art coming from sorrow (and come to think of it, you did have a pretty Munchian face on as you trudged up the slopes, looking wistfully at our car in the parking lot below). At least your screams were on the inside.
As I swapped places with David and ...
... plain made from green and black olives, then flavoured with truffles, lemon, rosemary/thyme and finally, garlic/basil. Some of us could not sample them all so early in the day. The shop was open specially for us. Peter was getting a bit impatient as we were getting behind schedule for our next activity at the Atelier des Chefs. This was a great visit
... the rim and command magnificent views, probably prices too. At the eastern end and on the north rim there are some small villages; one in particular creates real traffic jam with its narrow streets just wide enough for one car. Traffic and pedestrians must dodge each other.
At the point where the river flows into the lake there were thousands of people enjoying the water either swimming or in small boats. They had their own traffic jam on the water.
This past week has been interesting, to say the least. The week began on a high from Florence and the dread of class starting again, switching from the weekend of only English to French in class and with Celina was a bit difficult at first, but I find certain phonetic sounds and phrases to be coming more of a natural thing.
The week of classes went rather smoothly; we began to learn simple past and future tenses, which, oddly enough, seemed to click with me for ...