B&B Dijon Sud 2
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... were also made of gold. But they aren't. So all the cooks in the family, don't hate me if I didn't get you all some lovely Dijon mustard. It's not because I don't love you! They had a bunch of samples to try with pretzels though, and one of the most important things you learn in college is that free things are the best type of things, so we all consumed a good amount of those. Since much of what we did was simply strolling through the streets and exploring, we did ...
... it had been raining and there was a lot of water lying on the ice. After a lovely salad for lunch, hot chocolate to warm the kids up and Jura wine for Mum and Dad to taste we strolled round the town. Louis Pasteur was born here but the museum was closed. There were lots of interesting features on the buildings- carved onto them, interesting windows, turrets or staircases and many ...
... Notre Dame- in some ways just another old church but with its own highlights and special feel, including the chapel of adoration which was very peaceful. We all sat quietly here for a few minutes. The musee de fin arts- a taste of art, small but worth a look Other interesting buildings seen from the outside - hotel de vile, bell tower, St Etiennes and random old houses... But I think the highlight for us all was the visit to the Hotel dieu ...
... to help with drainage. The nearby village is very small, just a couple of streets - a dozen houses if you are lucky- no shops or anything. After delicious cheeses and cold meats for Ryan's birthday lunch the kids went outside having been asked to take some care as it is wet underfoot and we did not want mud covered clothes. It was lovely to hear sounds of fun and laughter. Then we looked outside and learned why Meg was having ...
... are very different to NZ forests as there are few evergreen trees. They seem very stark in comparison. Chateauneuf is a splendid site from a distance as it dominates a hilltop. The photo does not really do it justice. We wound through the village and parked near the chateau. The medieval village is quite small and attractive with many old cottages. The cottages are different from many as the stone is exposed. Over one door was a knight on ...
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