Where Local and Global Appetites Collide

Culinary adventure in the English countryside

This was long thought to be the only portrait ...
Image via Wikipedia

You are invited on January 18 at 5:30 pm to a detailed presentation by Jan Acorn of Gateway Destinations
and Chef-Owner Albert Hall of Acacia, 3001 E. Skyline Dr. #133. Hor D’oeuvres and beverages will be served
répondez s’il vous plait -232-0101 (Tucson)

Join Chef Albert Hall for an epicurean adventure in the idyllic peaceful countryside of England. Learn his culinary secrets in an elegant farmhouse kitchen while enjoying all that this spectacular area known as the Cotswold’s has to offer -from the history of Shakespeare, Blenheim Castle, beautiful public gardens, country pubs, charming thatched-roof villages and much more. Albert will even treat you to traditional High Tea!
Indulge in dining experiences not to be forgotten while exploring behind-the-scenes restaurants, pubs, markets, creameries and local landmarks and then cap off our taste-tantalizing week  with two nights
in London.

Tour Highlights:
5 Nights in the Cotswold Countryside,
2 Nights in London
Cooking Classes with Chef Albert Hall ~
Sightseeing in Cotswold Countryside

8-Day Culinary Adventure Begins June 9, 2012
Limited to 14 Guests
$3,750. USD Based on Double Occupancy; Single Supplement Charge $600; departure guaranteed with minimum eight guests

Included in this tour are most meals: daily breakfast, 3 lunches, 7 dinners
Superior room accommodations with shared bathroom at Rainbow Farm; ensuite bathroom in London hotel
All entrance fees to guided sightseeing activities, cooking classes (3); all local transportation, wine with dinner; self-serve tea or coffee, full-time tour leader

International airfare
Charges to hotel room such as phone, room, service, laundry, Internet, spa services, etc.
Travel insurance, Personal purchases

    Leave a Reply