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... restaurant in Melick, which had requested that we let them know two days in advance that I - the crazy Western vegetarian hipster - would be eating at their establishment. I have to say that the chef did go all out with samphire (zeekraal) and mini-paprikas.
> Despite what Big Business tells you, Dutch people do appreciate a nice hand-made Christmas gift. Completely brainwashed by homo ecos:, I had decided to either make my gifts myself, or to ...
... school summer holidays, we were able to catch up and enjoy the company of our ‘Froggies’.
Taking the time to explore the area of Upper Normandy, Anne took us on her famous walking tour of Le Havre where she was born, grew up and to the house where our post card ended up. She provided us with details only an insider would know and appreciate. It was such a lovely day and finished with a beer at her favourite pub overlooking the sea and salsa ...
... and although his flat was a few blocks from the museum, since his work allowed him to be a guest for the exhibition, the directors of the center allowed him and his other artist companions to live in the museum! I knew those beds and tables had to have some purpose!
We were so enthralled in his story and work, that for about twenty minutes, we just talked to him! Our conversation ended with us asking if we could take a picture with him, but him saying that instead, ...
Welcome to the Metz Christmas Market !
It is by wonderfully sunny afternoon, this Sunday December 1st that I boarded the regional train towards the City of Metz and its Christmas Market, Christmas Markets should I rather say as they are 6 in total spread around the city centre, but all within a walking distance. As soon as I arrive in the historic train station I was greeted by the towering silhouette of the giant Vosgian Christmas Tree dressed in silver and white ...
... we might have to go up again in this one and then down in the big lock) then he managed to get them open. Phew!!
We arrived at our evening stop of Thionville which we thought would be a sleepy small place with not much to see or do. They were an iron and steel town like Consett but have made a tourism attraction out of the iron ore mines and a living museum out of their blast furnace and art galleries out of their old buildings on the site. ...