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fingerknitterさん: twist & turn
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  • Les Halles of Avignon
  • On a double-sized bed in our small room at Avignon, mum was doing her post-breakfast ritual ? emptying her small black crossbody bag and trying to find whatever the item she thought she had lost during a previous day. ‘Oh … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Pont d’Avignon
  • Well, finding the famous bridge turned out to be more difficult than we first thought. Where it stood was clearly visible from the
    roof top of Palais des Papes, however, getting there was not as straight forward as anyone would … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • To Palais des Papes
  • Time flies, doesn’t it?! It’s almost the end of August and I didn’t realise that I was stalling my “mum and daughter road trip” chronicle for such a long time. During the unusually hot summer, I was putting it off … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Unhinged
  • I have no way to know if the author was telling truth but a book I bought for this weekend turns out to be a terrific entertainment! “Unhinged” by Omarosa Manigault Newman. Until I read an article in the New … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • My favourite place
  • Especially during the ongoing heatwave, one place I really look forward to visiting is an ice rink in Streatham. Jimmy, who organi
    ses ice hockey practices, kindly invites me to his scrimmages when ice time are available, and yesterday was one … Continue read
    ing → [続きを読む]
  • Too hot and too lazy
  • I am so fed up with the recent hot weather! How long does it last? I am so over you, you Mr.Scorching Sun! Even though the heatwave in London is mere 30°C ? nothing like the ones which are frying … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Yves Klein Blue!
  • My favourite colour is undoubtedly blue, and especially I love Yves Klein Blue. I came across this article while I was checking Vo
    gue and I was so excited! The exhibition will be on at Blenheim Palace until 7th October and … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Like Winston
  • After the time of the sizzling anger, it came this numbness which made me feel like not wanting to do anything. How can I alleviat
    e this state of mind? Shutting out all the news relating to that man is one … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Baby & Baboon
  • Real babies and baboons are beautiful and wonderful and the title of this post doesn’t mean anything derogatory of them. However
    , there are two particular individuals I would like to throw thousands of insult today. Baboon Johnson A self-serving tw*t … Con
    tinue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Poisoned by ESH?
  • I am gutted this morning. Do you know why? Because I am not well enough to attend the anti Trump march in Central London this afte
    rnoon. Did Emperor Small Hand, aka Donald Trump, tampered my Victoria sponge at Albion on … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Lovely Baladine
  • After enjoying a bit of retail therapy at Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, we continued on Rue des Trois Faucons in s eastward direction. ‘We should hop on a Baladine if one comes along.’ I looked back towards Place des Corps Saints. … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • They’ve done it!!
  • Ahhhh, well done, England!! Hubbie and I were truly euphoric when the final whistle was blown and England was through to the semi-
    final. We watched the game at our local pub, the Eagle. A brief period of calmness before our … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Avignon’s City Hall
  • After leaving Place de l’Horloge with a bad aftertaste, we decided to check out the city hall which stood at the opposition side
    from the restaurant. During the dinner, we noticed some people were walking in and out of the … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Stroll in Avignon
  • Conveniently, Avignon’s tourist office was a stone’s throw from our hotel so we decided to visit there first. Next to the tour
    ist office, there was a small garden, Square Agricol Perdiguier. Roses were blooming and the locals and tourists alike … Continu
    e reading → [続きを読む]
  • Trust Google!
  • Ugh, we’ve missed the turn! Despite Google navigation was telling me to turn right, I momentarily hesitated because the street a
    ppeared very narrow and no car in front of us was turning in. Google, are you sure?! As I panicked, … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Enchanté, Monsieur Trenet!
  • After the break we continued on A61 then changed on to A9 at Narbonne. It was around noon when we saw a sign for l’aire de Narbonne-Vinassan and decided to pull in for a quick lunch. As we alighted from … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Bonjour Tropézienne
  • Our next destination from Toulouse was Avignon, the ancient Papal city. The distance between the cities was about 331km ? Google estimated 3hrs 13mins which would meant the actual driving time was going to be around 4hrs. The journey was … Continue reading → [続きを読む]