M Chereville Serviced Apartment
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There could be two ways for me to improve the way that I share my adventures in this blog with you all:
1. I could post more often, as to not miss so many details, because significant things tend to happen on a daily basis.
2. I could stop doing so many things, then the posts wouldn't miss out on any events, because there would be no events to talk about.
However, I don’t see either of these things happening… so we’ll all ...
Our experiences in Seoul have been amazing. The people, shopping, music, temperature, food, festival and culture are all fantastic – we are truly privileged to have been invited here and to play amongst such great ensembles and soloists.
Yesterday (Monday) those who hadn’t had a late night managed to surface for breakfast in the hotel restaurant (basement) consisting of scrambled eggs, fried rice and potato ...
Okay. I am packed. 0455, I am out the door. After checking and re-checking everything.. Assuring myself that yes Hayden you have the apartment keys, passport, travel papers etc, I thought, ' I really should have thrown out the tomatoes and milk out of the fridge'. Oh well it will be a pleasant surprise when I return. What was that you said about vinegar in the fridge Manny? I walk down the rear drive to my waiting taxi. Wow the bloody app worked a treat. I really have to take ...
... people behind us were eating, it only took us a moment to decide and then repeat the words made famous by When Harry Met Sally, "I'll have what she's having". The presentation alone was enough to convince us. Somehow this restaurant had managed to turn a simple soup into a work of art. The mushrooms were delicately placed among a bed of greens to mimic flowers sprouting from the grass and a onion was cut like a lotus flower encasing an egg yolk waiting to be burst open into the ...
... bold and brave but I don’t think we’ve got too many
athletes who race the way she does,” he said. “I think the first thing
I said to her was, essentially, we are not going to change the way we do
races, that confidence, that way you attack.”
Judd attributes her success to her love of running allied to a restless
competitiveness. Re-reading some of her old diaries recently, she was struck