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On her Google profile, she calls herself an ‘aspiring perfectionist’, adding: Michelle is Butler star Terrence’s second ex-wife. He was previously married to Lori McCommas for 13 years until They have three children, Aubrey, Heaven, and Hunter and were married twice. In , Terrence became a grandfather when his daughter Aubrey, now 19, had a child. Terrence Howard and wife Mira made their debut as newlyweds at the premiere of The Best Man Holiday in Los Angeles on November 5 Court papers also reveal Michelle has accused Terrence of leaving her with a credit card bill for their failed reconciliation attempt in Costa Rica earlier this year. The pair tried to rekindle their relationship earlier this year with a trip to Costa Rica, and Michelle says Howard still owes her for that holiday. The unreimbursed charges for the Costa Rica trip and prior charges are approx. Michelle’s accusation is just the latest in a bitter saga between the former couple.

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It will also cover the UK-Amsterdam route when this starts. Passholder places are controlled by a quota but you’ll find plenty of availability if you book in advance and I’m told you should find reasonable availability even on the day of travel. If you have a flexi-type pass, yes, using a Eurostar passholder fare requires you to use one of your unlimited travel days, though of course you can use other trains that day in addition to the Eurostar in the countries for which the pass is valid.

To qualify for these passholder fares your pass needs to cover either the country where your Eurostar journey starts, or the country where it finishes, or both. A very attractive deal!

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Wine and Cheese Lunch — A fun and relaxed introduction to french wines history, culture, and regional differences. Top 61 Things To Do in Paris 1. Make Your Own Wine At the Caves du Louvre , work with an expert winemaker to blend your own personalized bottle of wine. The venue is an incredible experience alone. Now, after years of reconstruction, the space has been transformed into a modern winery, boutique, and multi-sensory experience. Expert sommeliers first lead workshops on the concept of terroir and the importance of scent in winemaking, then provide guided tastings of the five grape varietals typically associated with the Rhone Valley and the Languedoc regions Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cinsault, and Carignan.

Guests learn about the acidity, tannins, and fruit each grape contains before being let loose to blend on their own — you can even design your own label. The workshops allow for lots of trial and error, and the interactive and informative exhibits are appropriate for older kids. Wine making workshops are held in the evenings, and cost 75 euros per person. Take a Cruise on the Seine A boat cruise on the Seine is a unique and easy way to take in many of the major sights of Paris at once.

There are many options to choose from. All offer guided commentary, and prices are more or less the same, with Vedettes du Pont Neuf being the cheapest at 10 euros for a morning cruise and 12 euros for afternoon and evening tours if you buy your tickets online. Beyond pricing, you might want to consider which location is the most convenient for you.

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Nightlife An insider’s guide to things to do in Paris, including visiting top attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Centre Pompidou and Montmartre, as well as advice on day trips to Versailles and Disneyland Paris. Our guide also includes a calendar of Paris festivals and events. By Natasha Edwards, our destination expert. Best hotels in Paris Parisians often identify themselves by the more nebulous villagey districts that are a question of style and atmosphere as well as geography.

To the east is the beautifully preserved historic Marais; to the north, villagey Montmartre.

This is the original trainshed, dating from

This makes a lot of wines to taste and you better plan ahead with the fair’s website to make a choice. The problem is that their website [here the page for the next one in march which is a bit smaller] is not very user-friendly, you have to click repeatedly without ever having for example all the domaines of a given region on a single page, so I usually prefer to go there without planning.

It seems to me that in the past they displayed a large board at the entry with the names of participants and the stands location in the fair, I saw none of this this time, but walking and picking randomly the wineries you’ll taste is interesting as well, especially that there is no region order, they’re all mixed up with a Champagne producer standing next top a Languedoc for example. It had been a while that I hadn’t visited this fair in spite of receiving lots of invitations, sometimes because I’m out of town, sometimes because of the crushing crowds see pic on right , but I decided to visit again this december, first because there are a few natural-wine producers who participate, and because interesting vignerons pop up also year after year, who use the fair as a direct access to the Paris-region public.

It had been a few years since last time I visited, although I receive many invitations from my past visits I used to give them around, they’re not nominative. The good thing is, when you buy wine even once here, the domaines take note of your name and address and you receive every year from them an invitation for 2 people.

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The station has two separate concourses, known as Hall 1 and Hall 2, marked on the station plan below by the two red home logos. Hall 1 is the original trainshed dating from housing platforms A to N, Hall 2 is the later extension housing platforms 5 to Trains are usually posted on the departure boards around 20 minutes before departure, but the departure boards will show whether to wait in Hall 1 or Hall 2 before a specific platform is shown.

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She is the mother of Lorelai “Rory” Leigh Gilmore. She became pregnant at the age of 16 but refused to marry Christopher Hayden, Rory’s father, because she felt that a marriage at such a young age would not work out. Instead, she ran away to the town of Stars Hollow, which is half an hour away from Hartford. She begs Mia to hire her though she has no experience of any kind. Mia gives Lorelai a job as a maid and allows Lorelai and Rory to live in a converted potting shed behind the inn, where they live for most of Rory’s early childhood.

Lorelai eventually becomes the executive manager of the inn, which is the position she holds when the first season of the show opens. When Rory is unexpectedly accepted to Chilton Preparatory School from a waiting list , Lorelai is unable to come up with the tuition due immediately, Lorelai turns to her parents for help. They agree to it, if only the girls will attend dinner every Friday night and allow them into their lives. Later, Lorelai and her best friend Sookie St.

James find an old run-down inn called the Dragonfly Inn. When its owner dies, they decide to purchase it. However, the Independence Inn is in a point of crisis due to a recent fire, causing the pair to question the timing of their new endeavor. Furthermore, Rory, by this time, has been accepted to Yale, and has been denied financial aid due to Lorelai receiving a one-time investment payout given to her by her father see below.

Lorelai is ready to divert her money for the purchase and renovation costs to Rory’s tuition, but Rory independently turns to her grandparents for help with the tuition, allowing Lorelai and Sookie to purchase The Dragonfly Inn.

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How to Host a Speed Dating Event at Your Restaurant Hosting a speed dating night is an excellent opportunity for your restaurant or bar to facilitate romance while also attracting new patrons. Many businesses charge participants a registration or cover fee, which, along with food drink sales, will increase your revenue. In addition to creating a pleasant and playful environment, a successful speed dating event will strengthen your restaurant’s reputation and improve the likelihood of drawing first time or repeat customers.

What is Speed Dating? The first speed dating event took place in California in late and was inspired by a rabbi who sought to help Jewish singles meet new people and get married.

Engineers used a technique based on the Wilson Score to compile a list of highly rated places to eat.

By Maya Burkenroad Dec 20, There are, of course, risks to thrusting your dating life into the Internet’s great unknown — besides the obvious, like going home with a convict , you’ll more than likely spend a lot of time being bored. Which is at least one reason to check out former Rescue Chef Danny Boome ‘s “Speed Plating,” which launched in New York last August, his first foray into the dating world personal life excluded.

Speed dating might not be everyone’s thing, but great food is as good an addition as any if you want to do it well. We sat down with Boome to ask him how effective it really is. So why would I want to Speed Plate? To be absolutely honest, speed dating is like shooting fish in a barrel. I like to go on dates, but if it doesn’t work out you always feel guilty. So for a guy who doesn’t want to feel trapped, it’s perfect — and that’s the reason I designed it.

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Avenue G Cafe, Glasgow Stravaigin, Glasgow Vintage posters in Dishoom Covent Garden, which also has branches in Shoreditch and King’s Cross Serving pizza, beer and cocktails, Homeslice in Neal’s Yard came in fourth in the list Barrafina restaurant in Soho, central London, was named the fifth best restaurant in the UK A Jamon Serrano sits on the bar in Barrafina restaurant in Soho, central London Pizza specialists Homeslice was praised for its value for money offerings, with user Brett K writing: If you like tapas and you are in London this place is a must.

Exactly what it says contemporary tapas. If you are any type of foodie make room for this venture,’ diner Kevin L wrote about fifth-placed Barrafina. Scrambled eggs and bacon on toast right at Edinburgh’s The Blue Bear left which placed 18th on the list True gem:

A passholder print-at-home ticket may not operate the Eurostar check-in gates so you must check-in using one of the staffed kiosks so that your railpass can be checked.

Quick looks at places we couldn’t get to Speed-dating, end-of-year restaurant review roundup: The end of the year approaches, and we find ourselves with a folder full of places that we intended to evaluate and we may get to some of these next year. For now, here are capsule reviews no star ratings yet of places that caught our collective eye. Bom Bolla Pintxos are a food critic’s secret ally.

They are inclusive one-biters, generally inexpensive — if one tastes bad, you’re already on to the next toothpick. Bom Bolla, a Basque-inspired, Wicker Park spot, with a robust roster of cava and sherry, has that small plate thing going, but what makes it next-level-worthy is the finesse exhibited by chef Matthew Lair and his team. The pork shoulder bocadillo at Bom Bolla.

Montaditos are open-faced toasts topped with delicately creamy scrambled eggs and salmon roe, or a top-notch chicken liver mousse with sherry-glazed pearl onions. The real winners are the bocadillo sandwiches hat tip goes to Evanston’s Hewn bakery filled with garlicked pork sausage and mustard, and the surprising standout, one stuffed with white corn meal-fried calamari and saffron aioli. In those cases, one bite is not nearly enough. But in the hinterlands of Portage Park, month-old Community Tavern, sibling of The Portage, is doing the downtown chop houses one better with high quality and relatively low prices.

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