Chateau de Messey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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It's taken nearly 6 weeks from departing New Zealand to actually get underway on the boat, but perhaps that is all part of the adventure. Unfortunately just after we arrived in Pont de Vaux we had some news that my had father passed away. So I returned to New Zealand and Amanda stayed with the boat. The funeral was a nice one -if there is such a thing - overseen by Rob and Pat, who did all the hard work, found pictures, chose music, wrote eulogy, ...
In the cold light of the morning, common sense prevails and we abandon the drive down south idea. We are only travelling another short way down the Saone River to Seurre today but first we walk through Saint Jean de Losne to the supermarket near the marina to buy food for tonight. After lunch, sandwiches made with the baguette I bought that morning, we travel for about 2hours down river, part of which is canalised to Seurre. Bruce ...
Having spent most of the night on and off the pot, the first priority was to find a pharmacy and get some Imodium and electrolyte replacer. After T had her breakfast, ( I'm on starvation today) we walked into Beaune and found a pharmacy straight away. I introduced myself as an Australian pharmacist and asked if the had Imodium or loperamide and the former was duly produced. Electolyte replacer took a ...
... to become an anesthetist. Lots of math/physics for her right now. If her crossed-eyes were any indication as she told us about her physics class, she is none too fond of that subject.
We had Fondue de Vigneron in which heated wine is used to cook our meats. Marie also made a potato dish called Gratin Dauphinois that was absolutely wonderful, and Chantal brought a green salad with her homemade dressing. Dessert was ...
... wanted us right on the stern of the boat in front and so tied us up their way. We soon discovered that they had done it wrong with 3 lines all reaching forward which would have left us able to drift forward and bump the boat in front. It was soon corrected by securing the stern line aft.
We got smartened up with showers etc. and then off for a farewell meal. We had a Plat de Jour which was ...