The cruise was nearly over. We would be spending a whole day sailing back to Porto on the Douro River. We have been on other European cruises along the Rhine, Seine and Rhone and there was never a day where we just sailed. So what to do on a sail day? We could have … Continue reading Cork, Port Wine, Chocolate & Classical Music along the Douro River
Our next stop would be the famous Les Halles de Lyon - the food market. In 1859 Lyon opened its doors to its first food market in a large metallic structure located at Place Cordeliers in the centre of the city known as the “Presqu’ile”. 100 years later they built a new market to represent their … Continue reading Les Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse
We spent an afternoon sailing along the Rhone as we headed to Vienne. We could eat as much as we liked of the "Calorie Free" Ice Cream after lunch. Then Muriel, Tania, Peter and I did a tour of the Wheelhouse with Captain Tony and Pierre about river navigation. Captain Tony … Continue reading Vienne France
I have been nominated by Esther from https://richerfortravel.wordpress.com/home/ who I have had the pleasure of meeting up through a wonderful support group on Facebook. Esther is a fellow traveler and also chronic illness warrior. Please head over to her page and check out her travels to Italy and her latest post to Lego Land! To be nominated by … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
Ever had a truffle – or a black truffle. The area of France known as the Dordogne produces 80% of these truffles – called Tuber melanosporum or The Perigord Diamond. They have a subtle aroma and an earthy flavour and reminds every one of rich chocolate or so they say. Since the best times to … Continue reading Ever had a Truffle – a black Truffle?