Tag Archives: cafés

Back to the Blogosphere (via Paris, no less)

We have now welcomed the dissipation of our troublesome canicule (Translation: the heat wave is over), and so I return to the Blogosphere with a new offering of Radio Free Daglan. But I begin with observations on some recent travels. … Continue reading

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Wanna run a tea room?

Ever thought about owning and running a tea room? Or something like one? In a beautiful French village? Now’s your chance. Judith Thomason, who established and now runs the successful tea room Le Thé Vert here in Daglan, has let it … Continue reading

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A short stroll up a favourite Paris street

Over the years as we visited Paris, my wife Jan and I developed a special affinity for the 7th arrondissement — the district below the Seine and to the west of the busier 5th and 6th. The 7th is home … Continue reading

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People-watching at Parisian cafés

We now return to our regularly scheduled programming, concerning our recent trip to Paris. We apologize for the interruption caused by yesterday’s posting on lunch at Le Pont de l’Ouysse, but we figured that you’d agree that our feast was … Continue reading

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