Les Chalets De La Vingeanne
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So I'm getting sick. Again. Not really again since it never went away but I’m starting to feel more sick again. Looks like this might be the cycle for a while.
I’m hoping that things will slow down once I’m done with France and I’ll get a chance to feel better. I mean, I’ll still be doing a lot of stuff but I won’t be travelling as much so hopefully that’ll ...
I finally made it! I arrived in Dijon yesterday, Friday, at 6:30pm. My travel included a 10 hour flight, a 2 hour layover at the Paris Airport (located a hour's train ride from Paris, so no peaks of the Eiffel Tower), a 4 hour train ride from Paris to Dijon with a 16 minute train transfer in the middle, and ended with a 5 minute taxi ride.
Unbelievably, I forgot to buy a ...
Today we set off to do the Route Des Grands Crus,a trip along the back roads through burgundy's iconic wine appelations. Our first stop was to look at the vosne romanee vineyards and along with other tourists we took photos of the Comte romaney vineyard where the wine sells for over £10k a bottle. walking around the village you could see the specialised tractors and the grape waste as the harvest is over for this year,due to the extreme heat the grapes were ready ...
... desire for a longer career as a matelot. Although I grew up in a family plumbing business that provided ample experience in cleaning clogged, aromatic pipes, I felt others should learn this trade. This was one Caprice experience I was going to leave to the staff.
All of the Caprice guests, except for myself, walked into Dijon's old ...
After lunch in Nevers, we rode the short distance to la gare past the little two star Hôtel de Cleves where we had enjoyed staying last year. After new surroundings day after day for 5 weeks, it felt odd to be in a European town that felt so familiar. Nevers doesn't seem to be that well known as a tourist destination but we think it's a lovely place - big enough to have many services but with a compact and interesting old town ...