Château Hôtel Restaurant Sainte-Sabine
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... Alyssa had a more simple salad but hers came with pieces of bread that had cheese baked onto the tops of them.
We continued with our mains, a boeuf bourgogneon for Alyssa and a seared veal tenderloin for me. Both of us were quiet during this part of the meal as we were both very much enjoying our mains.
After filling up on all of this food ...
... as was the wine. We asked for a digestif after our meal, and were given a distilled wine with an alcohol percentage of 45. It smelled and tasted like scotch, but tasted like grapes and honey. AS2, or other interested Samms, if you come to France ever, you'll have to try this! Apparently it's unique to the Bourgogne region.
Time to head to bed and get plenty of sleep before we start our next ...
... John wrapped up the evening with his Academy Award nominated slideshow of our trip. Working daily and getting the production done, John had put together a great memory of the trip. Thank you John.
Time to wrap up. It was off to bed for an early morning departure for the Dijon train station.
Morning arrives with pack up and the last breakfast. ...
... of picturesque villages as old as Nolay but even smaller and past a chapel from the Middle Ages. And it was interesting to be right under and in the limestone cliffs that we had seen from afar.
That night it poured with rain, unfortunate for a dress rehearsal Jill's theatre group was supposed to hold in different locations in town, portraying various local historical characters but we watched ...
... good 400 berths, and boat works. Our barge has been out of the water here since Stan inspected and purchased her last spring. Sunday we went to see her - and couldn't find her!
We went back on Monday, and there she was, in the water parked right next to the lock that accesses the Canal de Bourgogne. H2O, the people who have been slowly and expensively fixing things over the winter, were supposed to leave her out of the water still Stan could inspect ...