Campanile Dijon - Congres - Clemenceau
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... to look down and see some amazing views of the city we just left. It was all t he peace we needed. Beaune left an impression on us.
After the hike, we took in a few of the shops around Beaune. They had a Salvador Dali museum, but it was closed for the day. We picked up some wine, grabbed some dinner and called it a night. We had an early train to Cannes the next ...
... century charity hospital Hotel Dieu (also called les Hospices de Beaune). This is now a museum housing the original sickbeds and art treasures accumulated over the centuries. Afterwards, you are free to discover more of the treasures of Beaune on your own. Perhaps you'll explore the Musee du Vin, a wine museum that was a former private residence of the Dukes of ...
... guard was up, always counting '1, 2, 3 bags' for my backpack, camera bag and handbag whenever we went anywhere, and never lost a thing On a gay, happy, non-threatening vino consuming train trip from Switzerland to France my travel guard melted away and was probably left somewhere under my train seat. Two hours after disembarking the train and after having a very saddening Skype conversation with my dying grandfather, Gran, I went to grab my handbag to have lunch with Pito. I needed ...
... of the town called the Owls Trail. You get a booklet and it takes you around the town and provides information on each site. Little brass plaques shaped like arrows guide you to the next spot. It is a bit like following bread crumbs but you know that aren't going to disappear on you!
We walked a fair way out of the town towards the canals to Le Puits de Moses (well of Moses). There is a well in the centre of ...
... if we are lucky and adventuresome. And a bit pushy. Talking to some other people around it seems that a couple of different sets of boaters have gone to the Mairie (think town hall government seat) to complain about the lack of management and the poor parking of the permanent boats that is taking up too much room. I don’t fancy visiting the Mairie thanks, but I think I will drop them a post card.
Today we went out to the big Toison ...