Villa La Brise
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on Facebook. I say yes - a tattoo of his face, including glasses, on his face.
He spent breakfast with Dan and Sarah, a liberally-pierced Aussie couple, and rode through the Rhone wine region. His favourite wine, predictably, is Chateau De Asse.
He claims to have negotiated the "foothills of the Alps", where, yet again, he perchanced upon a cafe of unfriendly natives. I detect a pattern developing here and a common denominator.
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... this sculpture by Giorgio de Chirico represented Hector and Andromaca. They were both facing death: one with confidence and the other with grief. I daydreamed for a long time how we stare at different obstacles in life and how our significant other can play a positive or negative role. I also thought about duty and how Hector, doomed to failure, honoured his duty although he knew he would fall. I couldn’t help but think about the man I once loved ...
... down Starks. Live music and €2 for a beer. Couldn't go wrong, a few bottles of wine later we made very good friends with fellow travellers! At one point i vaguely remember standing on a chair singing queen. It Had been a long day, and was going to be a late night. Naturally what with being in France we set out to find an Irish pub that did an authentic English fry up. We were accompanied by an American named Ryan who was also staying in our ...
... and after last nights poor fish experience we took recommendation from a customer in the restaurant (who thought we were swedish) - J had moules marinere with frites avec accompanginment salade. R had pasta carbonara. I had siscilian sea bream. W had red mullet with a bottle of rose and a bottle of white (the white went straight to the boys head) I suddenly became a conoisseuir of wine and W became a Michelin * chef (much to the delight of the sober girls). Boys ...
... her father whom she only
had with her for 6 years before he passed away.
On to Regensburg (Bavaria) for 2 nights, then to Landshut
and Munich where we met up with Dominique (who visited us in Cairns about two
and a half years ago) and her family.
I think the highlight of Wandas trip was when her uncle
in Landchut gave her a “sketch” of her father that he had given to his
grandmother in about 1949.