Chateau de Saulon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I figured that while Alyssa was busy typing away at a serious blog entry that I would update you on the feast that we just took on.
Four course dinner? That won't be too much... Or so I thought. I started off my meal with the most gourmet salad that I've ever had placed in front of me. Goat cheese, tomatoes, fancy lettuce and a mustard vinaigrette made it ...
... in Belgium! Eeks!
Lastly, even though I felt slightly inconvenienced about nothing being open, I understand the importance of Armistice Day (and Remembrance Day back home). Especially after being at Juno beach only a few days ago. The Europe Josh and I are enjoying right now would never be the same if not for the sacrifices made by the men and women who served.
We will remember them.
Today we have to start making our way to Dijon I order to take the train to Lyon for the flight to England. To get there we are heading up the Canal de Bourgogne. We are not far from St Jean de Losne before Bruce pulls into the bank of the canal. While there had been a supermarket not far from the marina where we had moored last night it was right ...
... we wanted to cycle around all of the beautiful wine villages but time is catching up with us now. We will be heading back home at the beginning of July but in the meantime we have the opportunity of another 2-3 weeks work back with Michel near Montpellier. Not much time to recharge the batteries as we start in 6 days time and it’s a 7-8 hour drive, so we’re off to the Auvergne in search of volcanoes!!!
Miles so ...
... 71, and by Nazi Germany beginning in June 1940, during WWII, when it was bombed by US Air Force B-17 Flying Fortresses, before the liberation of Dijon by the French Army and the French Resistance, 11 September 1944.
However, the city was largely spared the destruction of wars despite the city being occupied. Therefore, many of the old buildings such as the half-timbered houses dating from the 12th to the 15th ...