Le Jeu de Paume
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... stopped by Cousin Stephen and Kim's home for morning coffee (I didn't want to leave) and onto the Liverpool Maritime Museum. Specifically to see the Titanic Exhibition. That night we went onto Rotherham to see our Bell Family (Cousins). We got to meet Gemma and Cara for the first time and both are gorgeous. The night was splendid and again, I didn't want it to finish. Moving onto Thursday and we stayed in York for two days. We took ...
... local food (and some from Northern Italy) is offered regardless of the weather. It’s raucous and loud, with plenty of meats, cheeses, fruits and vegetables offered according to the season and the prevailing harvest.Unfortunately food seldom lasts a week (for some reason French carrots only last a few days) and come Monday I find myself obliged to return to see the lovely ladies behind the Fromager counter in Les Houches and linger some more before their ...
... go by frequently. That didn't seem to be the case this morning as the few cabs I saw were already occupied. After a wait of about 10-15 minutes, I finally managed to snare one. The driver dropped me at the appropriate entrance at London Victoria for the Gatwick Express, where there were turnstiles and staff to help if needed. Once on board the train, I didn't have long to wait and the trip to the airport took about 30 minutes.
Upon arrival at the south ...
Escargot and a foie gras salad instead. What better way to enjoy a final evening in France? Delicieux! Foie gras, sinful delight, buttery paste of fattened duck liver. . . Escargot, suprising morsels, little roasted garden snails. . .
It was early to bed, worn out from our walks and awaiting an early morning. A restless night. A morning without respite from an early bus to Geneva, an hour of shoulder napping, and the airport. . . ...
Mitch: Our last day in Chamonix. Woke up and saw the sun shining – YAY. Went out and opened the curtains and sure enough patchy cloud but quite a nice day (not as clear as our first day, but there is still time).
Looked at the time – Holy &$%#. Its 8 o'clock. Sam woke up just after that, but apparently had been awake earlier and saw me still asleep. Oh well, better ...