Domaine du Revermont
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... encased in flaked nuts. All quite amazing and served with immaculate timing. Nice orchid on the table too. And all for €15 excluding the wine.
So back to the journey. All went well until I got on the autoroute at Bourg en Bresse. It started to lash down with rain after an hour or so and then the plug in the front tyre failed.
I thought of ...
... cheese, and we are in a cheese and wine making area. We found a cheese shop and stopped. They made morbier and comte cheese here. It was a neat little shop. We then spotted a winery open for tasting, so we stopped there. We must have tasted 5 different wines, none of which I cared for. They were all very acidic for my liking. We left the main highway and just drove through several little French villages.
... rotisserie poulet & beer! When the veau arrived it turned out to be a jellied meat, rather like head cheese, served hot with girbiche sauce (maybe tartar sauce?), very delicious, but an unusual texture, not for all palates, I'm sure, but it worked for me! A local specialty tried, tick!!
Another wander through the market, across the bridge and back to the car for the drive back ...
... t started blooming so I was so thrilled to see these. It's such an iconic part of the French countryside, like the gorgeous fields of poppies we saw on our last trip.
We were back on the river in Seurre and stopped in the village for a mid-morning coffee at a café. It's a small village where everyone probably knows everyone else and for local colour and characters, ...
... and unexpected around the bend. Shortly after leaving town, we encountered the Percée de Thoraise, a 185 meter tunnel, built between 1803 and 1810, that allows boats to circumvent a big loop of the river. It has a "waterfall entrance", with water directed down through a half-circular pipe that would certainly give your boat a thorough washing as it entered the tunnel! The cycle path however, followed the loop ...