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... area. We decided to go to another bar on a different street but the bar seemed to very rowdy so we decided to go back to the bar we were out. We then decided to try going to a dance club. Unfortunately we could not find one, so we ended up just going back to the hotel. I stayed up for a little talking to others but when I got really tired I decided it was time to go back to my room and go to sleep. I decided to pack in the morning. Tomorrow we were going to Switzerland.
... and the basement of the winery was endless and very dark with multiple large barrels everywhere. We tasted 3 different white wines and 6 different red wines all of which were delicious including one type of champagne that was a rose. We had dinner at a bistro around the corner from Le Sud. I tried a beer that was 1664 brand, and had salmon, salad, fries and a dessert that was a cream puff sandwich with ice cream in the middle that was smothered in Nutella. ...
... felt like being at the snowfields.
We didn't stay long and within half an hour we had descended into undulating country again; 22 degrees again and quite comfortable. We found our way to our apartment booked only last night and it was a winner. In Beaujolais, just north of Lyon, it is in a huge old stone house. Just a small apartment with bedroom, sitting room, kitchen and bathroom but very nicely set up and Anna, our host is lovely.
Dinner tonight at l'Auberge ...
... bit like a big onion bag) - there is a metal stand with a large hoop, on the outside of the hoop is the mesh and the end of the mesh is pulled through and a knot tied. The tree is then shoved through the inside of the hoop, and a knot tied at the other end. For big trees this was very interesting to watch. People then buy the trees and take them home, and the three of us agreed it must be much easier to handle, particularly when you live in ...
Weds Nov 6th was Ben's bday - it was spent exploring Annecy's museums - there are two - the pails d'il is a prison surrounded by water ( the canals of Annecy) - right in the old town. It was also used as a mint, as well as an interment place for the Germans during the Second World War. It is a very cool building with water all around it - see the photos. We had an amazing lunch and a non- memorable museum tour afterwards. That was the day. On the way home - we stopped ...