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Day 502 - playtime

Really like this one of our chef Dimitris favorite Patisserie en Conflans. Evidently you have to have a lot of training to be able t use the name Patisserie and have a special pastry chef on staff. 139 more words


Postcards from Europe, #7

Over a month ago, Mademoiselle traveled solo by train through Paris and up to Rouen to visit her friend, Darrin. I had asked her never to travel alone in Europe, but she is an… 171 more words


The Duck of Rouen

Today we tell about the glorious and heroic heritage of the duke of Rouen!  No, wait…I read that wrong…this actually says the DUCK of Rouen. Well…an international success story is an international success story no matter the protagonist. 212 more words

In the Audience and Behind the Scenes

While in France, I’ve had the opportunity to go to a number of shows.  The first one we went to was an Opera in Rouen.  Going to the Opera has always been on my bucket list.   508 more words


Remembering Fallen Brothers Henry & Benjamin Skelton

Today I’m remembering two brothers from Woodford in Essex, both of whom lost their lives in the final six weeks of the Great War. … 483 more words


Toussaint Trips

The benefit of living in Europe is the ability to hop on a train or bus to a great travel destination at a moment’s notice. During the two-week Toussaint break, my friend Maegan and I took advantage of that ability. 311 more words

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