Chateau de la Barge
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So on October 30 - we visited several wineries - tasted various c******nay types - visited a family owned winery a purchase a few bottles of pouilly fuisse - my favorite - had a great dinner at the B and B
October 31 - visited Cluny and the Abbey - the revolutionaries in 1790 destroyed the most beautiful abbey -- we seen this a lot throughout France - we then went to a 1600 chateau - beautiful visit.
... Charolais cow. Saw some beautiful countryside, green rolling hills and open farm land.
As fate would have it there were two brocantes open in Charelle so I was happily entertained. .
After a largish lunch we decided on a picnic of wine and cheese for dinner at the Chateau in the late afternoon sunshine with Olga the dog for company.
... decided to stay on and continue to run the chateau. There are areas of the
chateau which require lots of attention. It must take an enormous amount of money to keep it operating. As it said in the book in the room she invites you to share her and her young daughter's chateau experience. And that is exactly what you get. You feel like you are in her home and Isabelle was very welcoming.
... got to bed around 10.30pm. We went through a lock during dinner, but as was dark couldn't see how it all worked, we also docked at Tournus during the latter part of dinner. All done very smoothly. We had a later start today, which was good, bus left at 9.00am, this time we went to visit a Truffle Farm (sampled truffle mixed with butter on slice of thin crusty bread & glass of C******nay with it & a tour of Cormatin Castle , very ...
And then a most interesting discovery...a large, dusty corner of the market is devoted entirely to the sale of live animals, primarily poultry, but several plump lapins (yep, fuzzy little bunny rabbits) also in their cages, awaiting the fates! Row upon row of the above-named La Bresse chickens (in their live state) and their lowly brothers, the regular poulets, geese, canards, ...