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... and would never tell anyone not to go to a specific country, as we feel every country should be experienced without preconceived notions.
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... for instance, became a comfort to us both; after a long day walking around London, or when we returned from a day trip, those birds reminded us that we were, for all intents and purposes, "home." Similarly, the smell of lavender has imprinted on my brain a number of cozy remembrances--of the warmth of our flat's radiator after being out in the rain all day, or a moggy purring in a damp Cotswolds garden beside a bed of English perennials. The taste of ...
... in the park), apparently I hit the jackpot with bison viewing. My Edmonton-local friends Lindsay and Aidan tell me that the bison pretty much never get this close or in this number during higher tourist seasons. I also spent some time at the tranquil and beautiful Astotin Lake area. Here's more info about this very nice National Park, worth a visit if you're ever in the Edmonton ...
... the Arancini - delicious cheesey mushrooms in sauce in a rice ball and deep fried. The prosciutto di parma served with a pea shoot salad and a "grilled cheese" which was Boschetto al tartufo with spring onions and a sunny side up egg. It was all so delicious and gone in no time.
For the main course, the girls decided to share the special which was ...
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