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So on October 30 - we visited several wineries - tasted various c******nay types - visited a family owned winery a purchase a few bottles of pouilly fuisse - my favorite - had a great dinner at the B and B
October 31 - visited Cluny and the Abbey - the revolutionaries in 1790 destroyed the most beautiful abbey -- we seen this a lot throughout France - we then went to a 1600 chateau - beautiful visit.
... home grown pumpkins. They are a bright orange colour and we have seen fields of them.
Braving the rain we walked around Cluny which has a lovely old quarter and then drove to Tournus where I found a brocante.
Monday 13 October
Monday's are quiet days in France. Nothing was open in Cluny so we went to to Charolles, home ...
... sup>th and 19th
century and has been in the de Murard de Saint Romain family since 1761. There is a 12th century chapel, wine making buildings, an orangery, a dovecote, a vegetable garden, large
fields, woods and a vineyard. Isobelle Murard runs the chateau by herself with help from her nephew. Her husband, whose project it was to take in paying guests, died at age 50 only two years ago.
... got to bed around 10.30pm. We went through a lock during dinner, but as was dark couldn't see how it all worked, we also docked at Tournus during the latter part of dinner. All done very smoothly. We had a later start today, which was good, bus left at 9.00am, this time we went to visit a Truffle Farm (sampled truffle mixed with butter on slice of thin crusty bread & glass of C******nay with it & a tour of Cormatin Castle , very ...
... waiting to purchase one, some live (more on that later) and some not quite so, but head with comb and blue feet still attached!
Undaunted by the crowds, D joined a lineup to purchase one of the local pastries, a corniotte, which turned out to be a very tasty little treat...luckily we had walked beyond the 'still close enough to return to' point, otherwise we would have no doubt ended up ...