First priority,finding a traditional and regional restaurant.
Chez Alphonse seems to fit the bill. But should one make a reservation before getting there? I've made the mistake of doing that before. The alternative is to risk its being fully booked.
Second priority, is to go on a longish train journey where one can read and occasionally stare out the window at the French countryside going by.
Limoges to Angouleme seems to be a possibility, but do the trains run on weekends?.
|Limoges' second station Montjovis|
Currently listening to 1st piano quartet by Faure:
Rather like this stump-work embroidery of a string quartet.
So, what's the difference between a string quartet and a piano quartet?
The former is a cello, a viola and two violins.
The latter has the piano replace one of the violins.
For the first time in months I resumed my evening Tango practice with my wife; hitherto it's been solo practice.
One needs a body to practise with at some point and despite being totally ignorant of the requirements I found her to be a natural partner.
Last night's dinner:
|Cauliflower cheese sauce|
|With smoked haddock.|