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... Jorvick Viking Centre, the York Minister, walked around the York Wall and had dinner in the Guy Fawkes Pub (it was the old home where GF was born). Now we are Friday and went to the National Railway Museum and onto my Cousin Victoria's Home for the evening. What a great great evening. It's now Saturday and we went onto Aunty Chris and Neville's home for the rest of our stay. We went to a talk that Neville gave to a Church Group ...
... an impressive operation in Passy, dedicated to offering the very best in produce and fine food, while quietly separating you from your Euro. The fruit and vegetables are continually misted , to enhance their freshness and appearance, with such variety of goods that defies belief. The artisan area of preserves and confectionary is hard to walk past without slipping something into your basket. It is a statement to the art of modern food retailing, yet somehow ...
... it because
when I left that evening I drove through a swarm and must have splatted dozens
of them! There was even one stuck in the windscreen wiper the next morning just
to rub it in.
Next stop was Grenoble. On the way there it suddenly struck me that all the Sunflowers in
the fields had died almost overnight. They all looked very sad and droopy,
losing their petals after a month of looking like a Van Gogh painting. Also the
smell of onions was all around as ...
... one was probably enough). The olympic museum is currently under renovation so you get to see it on a boat which was neat. Went to the Rene museum. Spectacular, and was very much having a archaeology moment. The art galleries are also really good, with all types of art present. Alex Katz was on display and I felt transported into another world. great. Trip is over heading back to school in Edinburgh ...
... or maybe a train, or possibly a submarine. It didn’t really matter; the main thing was that it would take us from Villeneuve to Vevey and back. Of course, for this privilege, it would also take equivalent of €18 from us. Oh well.
Arriving in Vevey, we strolled down to the local market that Beezel had earlier read about. There were numerous agreeable items on offer, but everything seemed to be (surprise surprise!) for sale at heavily inflated prices. ...