Archive for the 'Shops' Category

Last day of August

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

The last day of August was warm and bright and I’m really hoping we’re in for a nice Indian Summer after the month of rain we’re just had. All that wet weather hasn’t been in the vain though because the garden is looking lovely. To celebrate the last of the summer I headed to Hemingford […]

Tea at Pain et Cie and free audio guides at Musée De L’Ancien Eveché

Sunday, July 18th, 2010

Last day in Grenoble. We went to buy supplies from the food hall Sainte-Claire Les Halles and the outside market. We decided such exertion deserved cake and some we went to Pain et Cie to share a Tarte Tatin and check out the wifi connection. The internet is quick and free and the cake was […]

Getting to grips with day to day life in Grenoble

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Yesterday we ate at one of the six cafeterias at the Université Pierre Mendès-France Sciences Sociales. If you’re a student you can get a card to eat there and a meal consisting of a main course, a salad, a roll and a yoghurt is only €2.90. It all comes in easy to transport containers and […]

Land of Green Ginger

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

I’m very excited about launching the Land of Green Ginger website for Angie on Thursday. I’ve somehow managed to fit in making it, moving and nipping to France. It’s for an antique shop in Lynton – so check it out and tell me what you think. I’ve used an excellent shopping theme for wordpress called […]