Campanile Dijon Nord Toison d'Or
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... girl. A good way to start your ?? year.
Off the barge to catch the” little Caprice bus”, headed to Chateauneuf. How many times can I say it, but the countryside is lush. It is like parts of Oregon or Washington where temps are moderate and rain is frequent. The grass loves it. Not sure if this is the norm for this region or if we have hit ...
... the barge traveling at a fast pace is out of the question. Mary and I get some walking in and explore a small village. The fall colors are brilliant, the grass is so lush that it looks artificial and small wildflowers are blooming along the canal bank. This is the definition of "nice".
Nearing our destination of Gissey sur Ouche, the water in the ...
... is time to get back in the kitchen
Ovens set, sauces heated Vicki shooed me off permanently with the subtle suggestion that plating the food required a bit more culinary artistic presentation capabilities than perhaps my extensive culinary training would provide, so it was suggested that I join our guests for dinner and Vicki would do ...
... was avoiding the big “bump on the locks” and Fred, our pilot, did a great job the entire week (maybe one bump). With a single prop screw and no bow thrusters, all of you boaters out there would recognize the difficulty of getting into and out of tight spots with a 38.5 meter boat.
We docked in Dijon, had a nice lunch and boarded our little bus to Chateau du Clos ...
... why, oh why, did we leave our rain jackets in the car, which was miles away?
We managed a picnic lunch in the park outside the Ducs castle, and ducked into the free (apparently all the museums in Dijon are free, yay!) Musee des Beaux-Arts just in time to avoid being drenched by a rainstorm! What a revelation! The museum is housed in a wing of ...