Chateau de Flammerans
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Ricky Bobby does the "Canal Two Step" Wednesday – 10/22/2014
Up and off the barge after breakfast, we board the bus for a trip to Beaune (pronounced Bon). Gui, a partner in the ownership of the barge, is our guide. He is one of the pioneers of developing the tourist barges in France in the 60's and has an extraordinary knowledge of everything ...
... I know my limitations.
Dinner was served with great reviews from the 20 food critics aboard. The salad topped with the filo wrapped cheese was superb, the sausage stuffed pork was delicious, the au gratin potatoes with loads of butter, cheese and whole cream was worthy of a repeat and “Rod’s Naughty, Nutty ...
... political luminaries, wine experts and celebrities etc to get dressed up in robes to taste and judge wine. Apparently my invitation is still in the mail.
The chateau is the single largest vineyard in the Cote de Nuits region entitled to the “grand cru” designation, which is a biggie for marketing. The vineyards were developed by the Cistercian Monks between the ...
... rode and stopped to look, see or enjoy the scenery when we wished. A great way to go.
Tying up for the evening in Longecourt-en-Plaine, we boarded the bus or took a walk to the Chateau-de-Longecourt. Currently a bed and breakfast and owned by one of the family descendents, Count Roland de Saint-Seine, the original structure was built as a fortress in the 13th century and was ...
... to happen.
Foul weather has been keeping us home so it has been a while since we went sight-seeing. Today, though, we’re off to Vézelay to take in the calmness of the Basilica of Ste. Madeleine (Mary Magdeline). It is here that the relics of Mary Magdalene are kept. Pilgrims would rendezvous here on their way down to see the relics of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Originally ...