Campanile Dijon Centre
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... the owl, which is a carved from stone on the side of one of the churches. Tradition has it that it can grant you a wish if you touch it with your left hand. Look forward to seeing Robyn a little bit taller when she gets back. There are so many really, really, really old houses here - made from wood and built in the 14th century. The word "Tudor" sprang to mind, but given the history between France and England, we thought we best just keep that to ...
... We tasted four wines. Between each wine they gave us some delicious ham bread to clean our palate. We stopped on the way back to take pictures of the vineyard.
Most of the wineries are still owned by Hospices de Beaune, founded in 1443 as a hospital for the poor and later the rich too. Of course they were segregated. But the beds for the poor were very nice. I wish our emergency rooms looked so good. Nicolas ...
... part of the day. I am not much of a wine drinker, but
it was so smooth, enough to enjoy, and it complimented our meals rather
nicely. The waiters weren't our biggest fans either. It is
understandable with such a big group, but they were still very amiable.
The church was beautiful, our tour guide was the cutest woman, she reminded
of my mom which was very comforting. The set up of the church was a
little bizarre to me. The beds ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... that would make Roma Street look like it is from Thomas and Friends' and yet it only has a population of about 140,000. It is a major hub for the rest of the country so trains come and go from here to everywhere! We had a look around the old town, went for a walk past Einstein's house and sat and watched two old swiss guys play chess on a pavement chess board while we had lunch. On departing Bern we got to see Lake Geneva on a really clear sunset and it ...