Wednesday, September 3, 2008
In the Blackheath village shop
I was amused by their different colors and etiquettes, looking "house made" more then other, or perhaps instead of not famous it does mean that people do just a few of them, having not much place for the raisins?
I did not enter, but now I am wondering.
Anyway, I found also "boulangerie" so if I wanted french bred or croissants or cakes, I'll find it there. Also, for the moment, as I am on the Weight Watcher's and try to lose more weight, I do buy whole meal bred or rye. Or even sweedish.
And of course, I do not enter Madame Chocolat boutique in the village, as much as I like it, that is a no no for the moment for me.
Near the station, there is also another shop with croissants and other goodies like that and of course, the french restaurant. A lot, I think for a small "village" center. But then, of course, Blackheath Village is not really a village...