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Hotel de Paris et de la Poste, Sens

There was quite a good article in the Times on June 6th  about journeys from the French coast to all points south, with suggested stops en route to ease the pain of the long haul down the autoroutes. 481 more words

Restaurant

Film screening - Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a heated debate

Guest blog, by Laura Hetherington

Growing up in a small working-class village community in rural Derbyshire I took for granted the immense adventure playground on my doorstep: the woods I roamed with my sister, the fields in which we picked armfuls of buttercups and looked for toads, the hedges we made our dens, the stream we damned in so many different ways, the trees we climbed to hide from the farmer who didn’t like us trespassing on his land, the different routes we found around the village to escape the stones the big boys would throw at us. 876 more words

Campaign

pattismith48 reblogged this on actionnancornwall and commented:

I have found someone who shares my passion and worries what the future holds for our children deprived of unsupervised play and freedom to explore the natural world around them.

WHEATEN "FALL-OUT"

Well, it happened…..in only a split-second, after grooming me for over 12 years, Mama hacked off my FALL! (For non-Wheaten people, that’s the long hair between the inside of our eyes on a classic Soft-Coated Wheaten show cut). 129 more words

Pets

July Long Weekend Camping Activities and Craft

At the beginning of a trip if my partner and I can look one another dead in the eye and say earnestly with as straight a face as possible to one another: 861 more words

Children

Cooking with kids: Easy seedy, chocolate-chip banana bread recipe

I love banana bread and as the Little One loves bananas we always have some hanging around. So if you find yourself with some that are over-ripe this is a perfect way to use them up and it’s very easy so the children can help you bake it. 433 more words

Activities

Inside Out Review

Plot: Emotions Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Anger (Lewis Black) and Fear (Bill Hader) make up “headquarters” – the central control room of 11-year-old Riley’s brain. 399 more words

Berlin Doughnuts

Many people have recipe deal breakers or phobias when it comes to specific cooking techniques and ingredients.  One of mine, and I have a few (that you can probably work out by looking at what I… 641 more words

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