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Cooking Lessons
Another activity that Judy had signed up for was a Cooking Lesson sponsored by WICE, an organization that conducts English language courses and tours. This lesson would deal with the preparation of Sole Normand and Babas au Rhum. Judy had already cancelled ...
Cooking Lessons
Cooking Lessons
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Museums and Exhibits
There are many museums and exhibition halls in Paris, from the well known, like the Louvre, to lesser known but very good museums. Here are a few exhibits we've been to lately. First, a real surprise for me. We went to an exhibit with Craig and Julien to ch...
Museums and Exhibits
Museums and Exhibits
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Musique
On any given day, there are many classical music concerts in Paris. Especially in the churches, you can find recitals of works by Vivaldi, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin to name a few. We know these names as Questions to Answers on Jeopardy or from clues in a Cros...
Musique
Musique
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What's to Eat?
Our first guests for dinner were Craig and Julien who own/operate the two American style restaurants in Paris called Breakfast in America. (see Craig's book, Pancakes in Paris, about his struggles to open this restaurnt.) We had breakfast with them soon aft...
What's to Eat?
What's to Eat?
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Arrival in Paris
We made it to the Porto airport in plenty of time. We checked in the car at SixT rental. The guy checked the car and notice a small scrape on the right rear wheel. I'm sure it was there when we picked up the car but we didn't notice it in the dark.. Anyway,...
Arrival in Paris
Arrival in Paris
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Porto and Environs...
While we took in the sites at Belem, I programmed the GPS to take us to the Historic City of Coimbra, the former capital of Portugal which is now famous for its University. I locked in on "Centre Ville" of Coimbra and off we went. After about an hour we pas...
Porto and Environs...
Porto and Environs...
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A Quick trip to Portugal
We left Boston on Icelandic Air on a Friday night with a scheduled landing in Reykjavik sometime in the middle of the night. There was such a severe snowstorm in the capital that we had to circle the airport 4 times. By the time we landed, the scheduled dep...
A Quick trip to Portugal
A Quick trip to Portugal
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Recent Work
Here are some of  my recent works.  Docked 16x20 This fishing trawler was docked in Hyannis Harbor by the Art Shantys. I looked at it every day and was struck by the blue color with the contrasting rust and the reflections of the water.  Hopper on Main 16x2...
Recent Work
Recent Work
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Not Paris, but South Dakota
On the Road to South Dakota Why South Dakota, you say? Well, it all started when Judy saw that Road Scholar was offering a week long  stay at the Woolly Mammoth Fossil dig in Hot Springs SD. She has always been interested in dinosaurs and fossils and even h...
Not Paris, but South Dakota
Not Paris, but South Dakota
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