Premiere Classe Gueret
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... at our local station, there was a big jam-up of people, and lots of security standing by. What's happening, we wonder? Cindi's first thought was that they were looking for a criminal or terrorist. Then we realized they were checking tickets as people were exiting the train/station. It worked fine, and everyone seemed to have a ticket, so there was more compliance than I would have guessed. A very unique method of enforcement.
... Sea: our last stop in France before Spain and we have bright sunshine!
We have travelled through sunshine, freezing fog, a snow blizzard in search of winter sun and now at last we think we may have found it. It is noticeably warmer here, we might even cast off one of our 5 winter layers now we're here. It's a little blustery but plenty of bright sunshine which cheers the soul.
A beautiful morning, and much warmer than yesterday we now only have three layers of ...
Today was travel day left Paris about noon and headed south on the TGV to the city of Avignon where our sports car was awaiting. This car is going to take us all over the south of France over the next week and half, I can’t wait to feel the roar of the engine as we travel the roads of Provence. Upon arrival we could tell we were in a different place, although it had rained earlier the weather was nice more like San Diego in fact. A bit muggy like San Diego has been the ...
... day in Olargues, and we got there by about 11:00. The market is about 5 stalls, but that was enough for us. We got fresh strawberries at one stall, and three goat cheeses at another (two demi-sec, and one fort). That was all either of them sold. Then we got a pain aux figues, a baguette, a croissant aux amondes and a pain aux raisins at the boulangerie, and a tomato, a beer and an orangina at the grocery; then we were set for a picnic ...
... to be a very beautiful man and the afternoon quickly became a dangerous cliche of the handsome, romantic winemaker and his life in the South of France.
After the ride back to the B&B and showering up, we had another preparations class for dinner. Tonight it was toast with foie gras followed by chicken, fava beans and homemade croutons. Dessert was a strawberry meringue sorbet "tartlet" with chocolat pot du creme.
About the foie gras. ...