I am looking for a friendly place to take horse back riding lessons for adult beginners. I live in the western suburbs and therefore am looking in that direction. English would be best, but not absolutely necessary. I have tried 2 stables, Bailly and Marley le Roi and have been less than satisfied, the people have not been very friendly. I would like to enjoy the sport!
Right, I know nothing about this sport, but the fans tell a story all of their own; the smaller green ones seem to support the Irish, the medium sized one support the Australians, the large green one's seem to be South African; the ones in white, carrying large plastic roses seem to support England (soem of these are even dresses as the queen and carry cardboard cut out corgies around with them too (!)); the Argentinian supporters look as if they would be less out of place playing polo and the French look bewildered because LaCoste or Hermes have not bought a line of rugby supporters gear out...
hi! we're visiting paris for a weekend from normandy and i wonder if anyone knows a good couscous restaurant in this area of paris? we're staying on the rue monge. somewhere unfussy preferably and also suitable for vegetarians. would prefer to be able to walk from the hotel. thanks in advance jane
What a cracker of a game - the Tongans certainly produce some fantastic rugby, as proved last night at the parc des princes and against the boks; England through to the last eight! Found a great site via the BBC sport website with some amazing shots of fans from all over the world: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/rugbyworldcup/2007/09/england_ratings_v_tonga.html
After seeing that the Barclays Super League Final was on in Chantilly - it was advertised on this site's What's On section, myself and the family headed over there last Sunday - super time had by all. Great weather and setting and some VERY good cicket - does anyone know where I can get more info regarding this Cricket Club and the Polo Club in which it is situated? PS Northerns won the 40 over game ahead of PUC.
I'm new here with only very basic level French but I'm missing my Yoga. There's a class just around the corner from me, I can see them through the window and I'm desperate to join in but how will I know what to do. Can someone with nearly no French do a Yoga class in French? Or will I spoil it for the class?