Auberge de la Place Royale
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... ski season.
This year, I am pleased to escape for a six week adventure to Ecuador and Panama.
I am known for the detailed planning that I put into my travels. Some might claim that this is a compulsive behaviour. This trip is different. I have booked a hotel in Quito for the first three nights...and then...
I will keep you posted.
... is completely pitch black. Usually your eyes adjust after a while, but not here. Your eyes never adjust and you never really know what's really going on. I had ordered a fillet mignon with a pepper sauce (FYI my mouth is still burning), and a creme brulee for dessert. I ended up eating the main dish with my hands (because really, who can see you eat like a pig anyway), and managed to get through dessert with a spoon. All in all it was a very interesting and eye opening experience ...
... them until you have your luggage—that way you don’t inconvenience others—but some people want the van to come and wait for them so they either call from the plane as they wait to leave or they call as they get to baggage claim before their luggage arrives.
So to the car we went and then to our house. Becky and Peter are staying with their daughter, Micky, tonight and then heading home in the a.m. We are all glad to be ...
Woke up early this morning to meet Chamine and Loraine for breakfast before catching the bus to the airport. Ide accompanied me to the metro where we met the girls, and the four of us went to a Starbucks near the bus stop for breakfast. I said my goodbyes to Ide who had to leave for work. I look forward to seeing her next month when she comes to LA. I knew that Chamine and Loraine would walk me to the bus stop, but I had no idea that they had planned on taking the bus with ...
... French breakfast: a light, quick, yet sumptuously filled crepe. On past excursions to Paris, crepe makers are everywhere, and have been my saviors after extended walks. Whether your fancy is sweet or savory, this affordable, filling meal has always been one of my favorites when traveling. Only thing is, I can really only find them in Paris and very occasionally in other spots - I bought one from a vendor at the famous Pike Place Market in ...