Campanile Dijon St Apollinaire
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... totally forgotten about the extra course that my meal came with - cheese! Placed in front of me was a rather hefty wedge of semi-soft cheese with a salty rind upon crushed walnuts and little pieces of toasted 'pain d'épices'.
After eating ALL of that we got on to dessert. I had a massive crème brûlée and Alyssa had some pain d'épices and ice cream.
Last night before going to sleep, we tried desperately to find something to do today with no success. My laissez-faire approach to planning this trip meant that we missed vente au vin in Beaune, and we ended up here on a day that we really couldn't do anything! Oops. I guess strictly planning IS better... ;)
This was our first day of cold and wet weather while being in France. Our motivation to get out was ...
Today the forecast is for 41 C. It was a hot night. We packed and did the final cleanup and the car was packed by 12.00 midday. Claudine and Raymond arrived at about 12.15 and we said a quick goodbyes and we were on the road. We stopped at Vezerley which is a hill town a bit like Sancerre. We walked up the town to the Cathedral. Marg bought a piece of batik at an African store. It was a long hot drive. Reaping of cereals was in full swing. Glad to arrive at our ...
... tried all of them anyway.My favorite thing that I tried was upstairs. They had a wine syrup and that was really good!
After the long day, we came back and walked around a little and then went to dinner. There were surprisingly not a lot of people out and about. We learned from last night not to go to dinner too early. For some reason, the other kids all wanted to go together, but a few of us made a point that we should go ...
... barrels representing one day’s production, not counting the 120 years growing the wood. We left shaking our heads trying to comprehend operating in an industry where you depend on 120 year old raw materials to while planning ahead 120 years to ensure raw materials will be available for future generations.
Concluding the cooperage tour, Romain invited us to visit with Lauren and ...