Château Hôtel Restaurant Sainte-Sabine
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... 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 ...
... 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.
... they used to dry the hides. The floor was covered with old Persian rugs with more antique furniture scattered about. She served a wonderful breakfast that included her homemade yogurt, fromage blanc, jams and cake.
Jill spoke English well so was able to tell us lots about the town and the area. We really enjoyed walking around in the streets - so many photo ops of amazing old buildings. And ...
... have a menu, so when he walked by Joe motioned to him and when he stopped Joe just ordered two Creme brûlée and two café. There seems to be an thing in France that you don't get given your coffee with your dessert. We received our brûlée which were just delicious with the crusty caramel on top. We waited another 20 mins after eating our dessert and still no coffee. The restaurant was slowly emptying out by now and we were beginning to wonder ...
The Aire was 5kms outside of town near the village of Parnay, 5€/night collected by a man in the evening, going from van to van with a bonjour. A Boulangerie van came to visit the Aire every morning, tooting his horn as he went round, now how is that for camping. I told you we had all we needed, right down to fresh bread. There was a lovely riverside path which lead into Saumur on which to ride the bike and ...