Les Saveurs de l'Abbaye
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... but we had a good time none the less and we all quite enjoyed Saintes.
Saintes is a city with (about) the same population as Rochefort, but it seemed much more busy and the downtown was also bigger with more stores, a bigger variety of stores and even an "old city" part….which is missing from Rochefort, that is usually found in most French cities I have noticed. Saintes was just simply, prettier, than ...
... and it ended up arriving 40 minutes early because of an unexpected tail wind apparently. So it seemed pretty short. Bonus! I was super happy to get a ride back to Rochefort from a fellow teacher who was in Paris for the second week of the break as well. That was a double bonus and I’m very thankful. So it only cost 35 euros instead of 100 and some odd euros (the prices of the trains were abnormally high) and I had some good company.
... br> warm temperature, averaging 11 or 12 degrees, we only had one week where I
thought it was actually cold and the temperature was about 5 degrees and
finally it felt like time was passing and there was another season upon us.
I am super happy
to be able to see snow, come Saturday afternoon when I’ll be in Canada. And I
guess I’ll be in for a shock, but I’m ready to feel some brisk winter
temperatures as ...
We're living the high life now!
Last week, we got our T.V all set up AND just a few days later we were lucky enough to get a fouton the same day that we emailed the lady about it...and she even delivered!
We are very happy.
So, I get the impression that Raclette is really French. In my classes my students have asked me if I have tasted it yet and my teachers tell me that it is something I have to do before I leave of course.....I get a lot of that, "you HAVE to do this before you leave!"
But anyways, Raclette is traditionally cheese (for raclette), meat and potatoes. I would say that it is cheese fondu, and you put it over meat and potatoes when it has melted. But you can also ...