B&B Dijon Nord
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... is the capital of the Burgundy region (as in the wine) and is the home of a number of tasty dishes most notable being beef bourguignon and coq au vin (chicken in red wine). So we were dearly hoping to get the opportunity to taste 1 or both while in the region. It also seemed like a pleasant city from the descriptions we had read.
If first impressions count for anything, I felt it had a really good vibe about it from the first moments in the city. We ...
... 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.
... tow path. After nine busy days in Paris, we all needed this escargot pace and the sense of peace that comes with it. It took us a few hours to reach Lak Kir (Kir Lake), about 3 kilometers or so from Dijon. Stan just pulled over and parked the barge alongside a narrow wooden plank adjacent to the canal.
Later that evening Sharon made chicken stuffed with prosciutto and cheese. How she pulled that off in her galley is beyond me! And then Stan introduced us to cognac. I thought ...
... it was easy. Only one other couple in first class with about 15 cabins.
We settled in for a three hour train ride to Dijon, France. You may recall, this was plan B for us. We couldn't get to Marseilles and get done what we wanted to do in the time it would have taken us to take the train to Marseilles. Dijon would have to do. Again, it's the French. They don't like us Americans using their fast trains. Even this one should ...