Mercure Pont d'Avignon
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Arrived in Avignon just after 2 after 4 hour drive from Barcelona. Easy trip but expensive 35 euro in tolls along the way!! Mon Dieu Avignon is a walled city with a myriad of cobbled lane ways that meander from one picturesque location to the next. We ventured around the massive Palace of the Popes and the surrounding gardens where the views of the …
... mixture into a saucepan and cook over low heat, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon, until thickened. The custard will coat the spoon like heavy cream. Don't cook it above 180 degrees F or the eggs will scramble!
Pour the sauce through a fine strainer, add the vanilla extract, Cognac, and vanilla seeds, if using, and chill.
Yield: 2 cups
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... and drove off. Ches said she could see the driver of the other car out of his car and walking back down the road. I didn't bother to stop again. He caused the "prang" he can deal with it.
After such an idyllic couple of hours walking around the track past the ocher hills of Roussillon, it made me anxious when passing every other car on the way home. We ...
... The Baux counts of Orange became fully independent with the breakup of the Kingdom of Arles after 1033. From the twelfth century, Orange was raised to a minor principality, the Principality of Orange, as a fief of the Holy Roman Empire. During this period the town and the principality of Orange belonged to ...
... the poorest of the soils where fruit and olives would not grow (fruit and olives being the main farm crops). This became a monoculture in 1957 after a legendary heavy frost that killed all the olive groves across the region (this was in fact a key event for wine making in the Rhône). In 1936, Gabriel Archimbaud who was involved in the birth of the appellation Côtes-du-Rhône created the fields we could see around Clos des Cazaux. In 1954, ...