Le Petit Tertre
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... the most amazing thing is it was all for 28 euro (about $40) per person. Wowsers.
A perfect meal for me, and a lovely way to finish the day.
Sam: Devastated by breakfast – my favourite bread roll was absent! Replaced by inferior (but OK I suppose) thin style roll. Skipped ordering a lavender honey because…it had the perfect accompaniment for the old style roll. Everything else still excellent. Mini Donuts the extra treat – ...
... and a belt. My tunic was sort of a pinky colour.
The first activity was a treasure hunt. When we went on the treasure hunt we went into the garden. The garden had stairs down to the juggling and the sword fighting but we did not go down the stairs. We went ito the castle and saw the guns and the well where they got the water from. Last of wall we went down the stairs. When we went down the stairs we went to the Juggling.
At the ...
On our way back to Switzerland, we stayed in the capital of Burgundy, the city of Beaune. We rode about 495 kms in total this day, with mostly highway riding.
We went into the city center for a glass of wine and dinner. The centre is quite interesting, with many wine bars and restaurants.
The wine we had was good, but we needed more time to really get an appreciation of the local wines.
Well an other travel day, but today we spent the morning in Dijon. We need to be in Paris tomorrow to meet up with the tour so decided to spend our last bit of alone time in a small town. We were able to manage the 'travel day blues' better this way!! Train drivers are still on strike so we had limited choice to get to Paris - no fast train unfortunately but the local train was not too bad.
It's market day on Tuesday in Dijon. So the three ...
... shopping. This time for less mundane items. Since we were in Dijon, we certainly had to get some Dijon mustard. Found out it was made by a woman in 1840 when she substituted fermented grape juice for the customary vinegar in the mustard recipe (moutarde in French). People liked it and the rest...as they say... We bought some in fancy Dijon jar. Which reminds me. You know some universities are started in the US because of huge donations ...