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Friday, 17 November 2023

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Soo

That's a lovely church and an interesting restaurant you found.

alnc

Beautiful pictures and, as usual, great writing.

Off topic, but FYI, Catalina Offshore has changed hands. Some ambitious plans are being made for the place.
https://www.sandiegoville.com/2023/11/san-diego-based-seafood-supplier.html

RedDevil

Glad you got some good ramen! That train baguette is my nirvana! Yum!

kat

yeah good ramen & snacks for the train:)

Kenneth

Glad to hear you scored some good grub in Paris. Bringing your own food on the train makes it a lovely way to travel in Europe. Catalina Offshore Products was a client of mine for many years; hoping the new owners maintain high standards. Save travels!

Kirk

The Missus really enjoyed Kodawari Soo!

Hi ALnc - Yes, I had heard about that. Thanks for the link!

Yes, nothing like a good sandwich on the train RD!

The Missus enjoyed that ramen Kat! And the sandwich too.

It's quite fun to watch the French on trains...we've seen folks pop open bottles of wine.....champagne (with a portable ice bucket). They know how to enjoy life Kenneth!

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