Les Thermes de l'Avenue
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... they just asked me to clean the loo. And the food is wonderful! Aforementioned boulangerie and patisseries have been our prime targets. We have a habit of a cake per day and have been eating an awful lot of pastries for breakfast and baguettes for lunch. We went on a bit of a splurge yesterday, being our last day in Paris. I had duck, and Bridget had a goat cheese salad. Both delicious. Now I'm not sure if I have remembered everything from that ever so charming first ...
... farther than the 70's because our moms knew each other in Alberta, Canada. Bruce's mom, Vangie Dennis, was my mom's elementary school teacher in a small farm school near Edmonton, Alberta. They reunited in Chicago where Dr. Dennis worked at Swedish Covenant along with both my parents. We all went to North Park Covenant Church together and were connected not only by the ...
We had been told that today was going to be 32degrees. So had decided that we would get up that bit earlier and start walking earlier ...breakfast at seven am... What you don't realise is that sunrise is not until about 8:30... So... All set to go at 7.30 and realised that it was pitch black...after much routing around Helen found her head lamp and off we went marching out of town in the dark...not having a clue where we were going except for turning left out of the ...
... arms no longer worked, and my back felt like I had been working in a field for one hundred years, so we did nothing. After dinner forced ourselves on the Swiss surfer couple next door for chats. Marco and Jules were so lovely, we sat telling stories and drinking beers till late. It reminded me of why we do these crazy trips: To not only discover amazing places that are different to ours, but cross paths with amazing people from far away places in this exact moment in time.
... capital of Navarre at the time.
We were given an old map from 1860 with the names of all the farm houses in the area, and we looked at them all but could not find Lembeye, Poutonne, or Baste. Well, we had done our best…..and knew that somewhere out there was a Detchemnedy house for sure. Curiously, there are no LIVe Detchemendys left in the village….a cousin of mine, many times removed, had been there several times and had ...