Cambridge Beer Festival food
Menu at the 36th Cambridge Beer Festival
On the way to the Beer Festival
Of course the mail is Royal Mail…what else would it be?
One of the bridges over the River Cam
One of the Pubs
Rick and Jackie
Bikes are everywhere
There are 31 colleges or universities and most have churches with them.
What do you do when it’s 100 degrees and you should be packing for England?
Go to lunch at The Terraces.
Not just any lunch…and not just any place.
This is a special lunch in the vineyard.
Lots of great wines…more on the food after we get back.
Did you know?
* American Airlines saved $40,000 by eliminating one olive from each salad served in first class.
* The abbreviation ORD for Chicago’s O’Hare airport comes from the old name ‘Orchard Field’.
* KLM is the world’s oldest airline and was established in 1919.
You’ll have to wait until May 27 for my next entry. I’m going across the pond to visit our son and daughter-in-law in Cambridge, England. I’ll tell the Queen “hello”.
Where the Balsamic Vinegar barrels are kept
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Del Dotto has two locations. This one is toward the south end of the Silverado Trail in Napa. It just looks like it should house a winery.
Actually, inside are caves and more caves…
Caves filled with barrels and more barrels…
Barrels filled with delicious drink…
At Korbel Champagne Winery in Guerneville, bottles used to be filled like this. Wonder how many they broke? Lots.
Bottles were rotated by hand…and with this little candle as the only light.
One of their original labels.
Anybody want to guess what kind these are? Here’s a hint. The bubbles are tiny…tiny…tiny