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So on October 30 - we visited several wineries - tasted various c******nay types - visited a family owned winery a purchase a few bottles of pouilly fuisse - my favorite - had a great dinner at the B and B
October 31 - visited Cluny and the Abbey - the revolutionaries in 1790 destroyed the most beautiful abbey -- we seen this a lot throughout France - we then went to a 1600 chateau - beautiful visit.
My proposed route will take me from Corps to Le Pont-de-Claix on the N85 Route Napoleon where I will join the autoroute to Voiron, avoiding Grenoble city.
Then onto the D1075 to Les Abrets, Morestel, Amberiue-en-Bugay, and Bourg-en-Bresse. Then back onto the autoroute for a blast to Dijon, Nancy, Metz, and into Luxembourg where I will pick up the main highway through Belgium ...
... Eldon thought the zucchini had maple syrup in it. He loved it but isn't one to be crazy of maple syrup. The duck was delicious, some of the best we have ever had; it was cooked really nice.
We then had a bowl of sweet red fruits and a little cream for dessert. Our friend ordered us an after dinner drink that was really good but loaded with alcohol. We got to be around 9:30. I slept like a baby.
... 1443, interesting to note that the nuns received funding once a year & that was when they purchased new sheets & actually changed the beds (yes just once a year). After the 2 tours we had a stroll around Beaune, a quick coffee & back on the bus to head back to the ship for lunch at 1.30. Tried to go for a walk in the afternoon across the bridge & around the island but my knee is playing up & I had to head back to the ...
Louhans has been holding its Monday morning market for centuries, touted as one of the most authentic, vibrant markets in France. The Grand Rue, where much of the market is held, is inside the old medieval walls and the streets are lined with vendors selling everything from bric-a-brac to fresh fruits & vegetables, meats, cheeses & flowers to clothing, bolts of cloth and ...