Le Mas De Fanny
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... As I travel along listening to my iPod, I’m reminded how much music affects us, or at least me. It seems every song has some specific place in my life, often tied to a person or people, and it is quite interesting the way a single song can invoke feelings. I cannot play Frank Sinatra’s Theme from New York, New York without the biggest grin spreading upon my face and feeling like everything is within reach. Upspin by Agents of Good Roots always reminds ...
... the square. As the band played Irish reels, children played street-soccer in front of the stage.
Just prior to leaving Kauai, we had met a French couple at their art store in Koloa Town. They gave us the names of several villages in France to visit for antiques, one of which was Isle-sur-la Sorgue. This village is known for its Sunday Antique Market. Despite ...
... 8221; (Adventurers of Taste). The only indication that we were at the correct house was a little blackboard on their mailbox with their name on it. We were greeted by Odile and Jacqueline, the pair of ladies that run the cooking class. We were waiting on a few other people to show up so they offered us some coffee and we sat outside on their terrace with their three cats (lazing in shade). I was admiring Odile's cooking range (six gas burners, a ceramic side plate, and ...
... five musicians with him and they performed music by seventeenth century Italian composer, Leonardo Leo, in the Rasteau Village centuries- old church. Musical strains from two violins, a cello, a bassoon, a soprano singer, and a clavecin (harpsicord) reverberated as if the music was stored in the old limestone.
For a year Kathy has been waiting to buy a piece of Trompe-l'oiel art by a painter we had seen at the ...
... meet her husband, Jean-Marc. Although Jean-Marc brokers wine and works as a consultant, his passion is their own Cotes du Rhone domain, Rouge-Bleu. We tasted several of their wines, bringing home a bottle of Mistral 2007, a blend of Grenache, Syrah, Marvedre, and Roussanne, that earned 91 Robert Parker points. It is available in California through Casa Bruno, Portland, Oregon. Kristin's books are all available through ...