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Old Mar 14, 2023, 3:48 pm
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David Lebovitz just posted in his newsletter about their trip to San Sebastian - was a great read, made me quite hungry :-) https://davidlebovitz.substack.com/p...astiandonostia
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Old Mar 22, 2023, 3:41 pm
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Originally Posted by Hoyaheel
David Lebovitz just posted in his newsletter about their trip to San Sebastian - was a great read, made me quite hungry :-) https://davidlebovitz.substack.com/p...astiandonostia
Thanks for that link! That's a great starting point from a person whose food choices I respect Also the info on the train from Paris was perfect - I was having issues finding the right flight connections, but with a nonstop flight from SEA-CDG it should be "easy"!

And off the topic, has anyone tried those Charix loafers? I keep getting targeted ads and they look comfortable and versatile....
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Old Mar 26, 2023, 9:38 am
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Originally Posted by Hoyaheel
David Lebovitz just posted in his newsletter about their trip to San Sebastian - was a great read, made me quite hungry :-) https://davidlebovitz.substack.com/p...astiandonostia
I loved San Sebastian, except maybe all the young drunken visitors...
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Old Oct 4, 2023, 7:36 pm
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I *love* a trebuchet! Signed up for Warwick castle newsletters ;-) Thank you. Though someone in the UK forum (where I did ask this question) mocked Coventry - sorry about that ;-)
Were you able to see the trebuchet in action?

FT quirk for the day: couldn't remember what thread held the discussion of the trebuchet, so I used the search feature, figuring "trebuchet" was not a word likely to appear too often on FT. I was stunned when 11+ pages of threads containing the word "trebuchet" came up!
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Old Oct 4, 2023, 7:45 pm
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Alas, we did not make it to Warwick. But everything we did manage to do was amazing! My husband hurt his back right before we left, so we didn't walk as much as we wanted (I am obsessed with footpaths!) Mostly decent weather - some rain, but not too much. And my best friend for 5 nights as part of the trip - couldn't ask for more!

But the trebuchet stays on the list for future options ;-)
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Old Oct 4, 2023, 8:30 pm
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Originally Posted by Hoyaheel
Alas, we did not make it to Warwick. But everything we did manage to do was amazing! My husband hurt his back right before we left, so we didn't walk as much as we wanted (I am obsessed with footpaths!) Mostly decent weather - some rain, but not too much. And my best friend for 5 nights as part of the trip - couldn't ask for more!

But the trebuchet stays on the list for future options ;-)
Warwick Castle is amazing. Make it a must-see next time for sure. Ditto for York if time permits.
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