Chateau de Behen
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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 ...
... like we have in Manitoba. I have never seen so many breeds of dogs! I try to pet them all. This last week, we have seen many French bulldogs. They must be very popular here. Now we have been pondering if we call them French bulldogs here, or if they are just 'bulldogs'...
We had an authentic French dinner tonight, since it's our last night in France before we head to Belgium. The food, as always, ...
Today it was back to mounting those instruments of torture for a ride through the burgundy countryside through the vineyards of Beaune. It was a pretty little joint about 20 mins train ride from Dijon. After a quick ride through the city to a shop to get some lunch off we went through the hills (hills being the operative word). On the way through the country side i came across a really familiar marker (joelene was the first to spot it). It was ...
... Further up in the town there is quite a fantastic fountain of Adam and Eve sitting within a globe with general fountains.
We made our way back to ST via the oldest parts of Dole. Jean couldn’t get over how well presented some of the old streets were and looked like a film set for a Dickens drama or such.
We had a very enjoyable BBQ on the bank side followed by a chat with the English couple ...
... very noisily on the bank nearby and ignored requests to desist or move elsewhere.
Day 6: Chalonne to Tournus - 55 kilometres
On our last day on the bikes we escaped from town by joining a disused railway track which has been converted to a cycleway with smooth sealed surface, making easy riding with gentle gradients. This was a most sociable day’s riding, stopping for drinks at a café mid-morning, then for another wine tasting in the old village of Buxy at lunch ...