Le Kolibri Hotel
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... the Nth degree.
All we had to do was open the door to the Appellation CHOCOLAT shop and the smell of chocolate smacked us in the face. And, it was loaded with free samples. Needless to say, we bought more chocolate than just the small dessert we were going to bring as a gift. Shop owner Béatrice explained to us that almost all of the tasty treats are made on the premises by her husband, Michel. A window to his kitchen ...
... mattresses. We’ve even seen hookas. People force you, under threat of death, to try their cheeses, olives, and sausages. I don’t want to die, so I always acquiesce. People are baking bread in huge ovens that look like they may have been used in some of those ancient ruins I mentioned. Haven’t tried out a mattress, though!
Flowers are everywhere, even in October. The roses here at the chateau are still ...
... vineyards. My stay went quickly, but not quick enough for me not to experience a bout or two of depression which descended without warning. At these times it felt really strange, empty, hollow and surreal being here exactly one year later without Cate by my side.
But my hosts fully understood my plight and put themselves out to keep me as fully occupied as possible with the result my five days in and around Nolay were very ...
... 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 ...
For the first time after three weeks in Europe I travelled outside Switzerland today. With mixed feelings I left Gstaad where I'd had such a brilliant couple of days to make my way up to Nolay, Burgundy, France where Helen and John, my sister and husband have lived for the last 18 months. I was excited at the prospect of seeing them again as well as joining another sister Jenni, and a first cousin Carol who are touring Europe ...