Sunday, August 30, 2015

Olive Oil Museum in Nyon, France (Provence)

Nyon Olives taste 
The curator and guide at the museum gave us
information and welcomed any publicity

Nyon's olive oil tastes buttery.   Here is a delightful small museum with displays about the olive growing and process of producing the oil.
Location:  Musée de l’Olivier - Espac Vignolis
Place Olivier-de-Serres - 26110 Nyons
Tel: 33 (0)4 75 27 41 08 - 06 07 80 04 65
Go here

They produced less, so it doesn't get exported much.  

According to Whole Foods Market Nyon: A small, jet black, shiny olive variety from southern France, this one will romance you. Nyon olives have a mild, salty bitterness and are usually dry-cured and packed in olive oil.
JK says, "Nyon olives are buttery."

Here's a link on

Sunday, August 9, 2015

A great moment in Facebook on an Airplane

I'm sorry, I am not going to
fly next to a black person
Great moments in Facebook.

On the road we see lots of intolerance...  Here's a lovely turn around

Hooray... that's what we say after the rude lady is left in tourist class.

... "to travel next to such a despicable person..."

IF you haven't seen the ending, it's liek this:

The person who is given a seat in first class is not the rude lady.