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... out of a storybook. My favorite were the many buildings with the wooden criss-crossings over them! So I'm learning pretty fast that beautiful, massive, super old cathedrals are as common in France as squirrels are in the US. They're all still beautiful to walk into and oggle at the stained glass and all the other art forms inside them, but I can tell that my love for cathedrals might slowly dwindle in the coming months. I can already tell when I return to the US ...
... and whoever found "La Fève" (which is a small trinket of some kind hidden inside) is clamed king or queen.
I also got to celibrate when I got home to Ouroux-sur-Saône. My host mother made one with chocolate inside and we ate it hot. We also got to eat galette many other times in the month because the bakeries sell them a bunch.
... it had been raining and there was a lot of water lying on the ice. After a lovely salad for lunch, hot chocolate to warm the kids up and Jura wine for Mum and Dad to taste we strolled round the town. Louis Pasteur was born here but the museum was closed. There were lots of interesting features on the buildings- carved onto them, interesting windows, turrets or staircases and many ...
... the taste of bad white wine. Personally I did not really enjoy the goats cheese which was part of my cheese course but Ryan loved it so cleared it up for me. The taste made me think of the smell of Hamish or Hercules in season! Our dessert was called delights of Dame Tartine (we think) and had four small pieces of different desserts to try, a berry sorbet, a tart Tartin, a choc orange kind of slice and a berry mousse sponge. Yum. Full bellies for the journey ...
... into the cellars where it was dark and cold. The floor was pebbles. Camera had a hard time so pictures are dark. We got to taste wine in the metal tasters not cups. I will find out the name (see pic) but if the metal bowl is smooth then it is for white wine and if the bowl has ridges and grooves then it is for red wine. We tasted 6 wines ( 3 red and 3 white - all the wines the Pinot noir. ---- very ...
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