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... gave us a full run down on everything around, the apartment has a fridge, washing machine, Nespresso and all the mod cons needed for the kitchen so it will be nice to make our own food tomorrow.
Our first priority was the BMW shop as someone has removed our back light cover, thanks for the 170 Euro bill on that one.
Washing clothes was the ...
... welcome. The hostess recommended a restaurant in Dole so off we went. We had the menu at 18€ and it was fabulous. Warm Chicken liver salad with goats cheese wrapped in Parma ham followed by calves liver (a lot of vitamin A) with a delicious sauce. Then ice cream pud. Just what we needed. The entertainment in the restaurant came from 3 ducks that kept wandering in. It was funny when a couple of regulars ...
... up almost a block and tackle system for raising the buckets of water. The land of the chateau was, like most of the vineyards, owned in small parcels,and like the better ones, surrounded by a wall which helps develop a microclimate suitable for the ripening of the grapes. After that we drove thought the beautiful countryside up to quite a height, through agricultural country...cattle, grain crops and canola, blooming a bright yellow, and trough forests where wild boar and deer ...
... gathering around the bus in the train station parking lot. With quick introductions (at our age it takes two or three before we remember names) and loading the luggage, off we went to Seurre on the Saone River to join the Caprice barge. Or fellow guests included John and Pam from Australia, Neil and Barbara from Wales, Roland and Danielle from Montreal, Jerry and Barbara from California, ...
... Years of pop culture of bats flowed think in veins and I just felt terrified. I just couldn't do it. Carissa was standing on the bed, egging me on in whispers "Do it, DO IT!" But why did I have to be so afraid?
I was close enough to observe Monseiour LeBat quite closely. He was tiny little fellow, black as the night with little fox ears and furry skin. Quite cute and fragile actually. I fell in love with him. But it was time for tough love. He had to ...