B&B Dijon Sud 1
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... like cooking and cleaning. The kitchen was massive, and the spouts on the sink were gold swan heads. Plus they had a gigantic rotisserie turned by a funny little mechanical man. It was a pretty amazing building, even with the crazy apothecary and tools for blood-letting. Blech…
After a little more sauntering through Beaune, we drove to our b&b, La Marelle. This place is a beautiful home located just outside of Beaune ...
3rd August- Our Rhine cruise over we were dropped at the train station in Basel. Turned out to be the wrong station, so it was a scramble onto a bus to find the other station. There we met up with Marianne, who stayed with us earlier in the year and lives in Solithurn, an hour from Basel. Also met her brother Franze and his girlfriend Ursula. We wandered around for a bit then had lunch. It was great ...
... The food was exceptional, the service good, and we did get the waiter to smile a couple of times. All because of my lousy French. The German has worked really well this trip, but struggling a little with French. I had a rabbit terrine that was stunning, R had fried goats cheese salad. She said it was brilliant. We both then had duck in raspberry sauce. I thought it might be too sweet, but the sauce was quite savoury and really amazing. ...
Our next hurdle is how to get the piece home. The owner wouldn’t ship for us and a local shipper said no thanks, so we spent a full day visiting DHL, UPS and FedEx. When the lowest quote for slow-ship was still over $700 we quickly decided to hand-carry it for the next three months and deal with the airlines’ rules when we get there.
Before saying goodbye to ...
... year in autumn, one of the ten most important fairs in France. It has a large Les Halles marketplace with all the wonderful displays of food France is so famous for. I sent Jim off on his own so I could do a little shopping in the stalls all around the outside of the market.
And of course the town is forever associated with Dijon mustard which originated in 1856, when Jean Naigeon of Dijon substituted verjuice, ...
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