Ermitage de Corton
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... totally forgotten about the extra course that my meal came with - cheese! Placed in front of me was a rather hefty wedge of semi-soft cheese with a salty rind upon crushed walnuts and little pieces of toasted 'pain d'épices'.
After eating ALL of that we got on to dessert. I had a massive crème brûlée and Alyssa had some pain d'épices and ice cream.
... high, so we had a relaxing morning instead. Since being in France, we have seen a lot of 'Desperate Housewives' which I never once watched back home but it's the only show in English here! So, we may have watched an episode or two of that this morning. I know, we're terrible. Plus now I'll have to watch it on Netflix when I get home, because it's addicting!
Once we finally got out of the apartment, ...
... as the rain was starting to ease and we could stretch our legs and it was becoming windy. We set off and the wind became stronger & stronger, with gusts we guess about 30/40mph, which made Pierre quite hard to handle. After a lovely picnic lunch, things had got worse and we continued at a steady pace across the open country side and before long we had quite a queue of lorries and cars behind us who were more ...
... would not be required to get out of bed to attend mass. The architectural details are beautiful, particular the ceiling. Plus there are many pieces of art that have been accumulated in the Hotel Dieu collections over the years including many large tapestries.
Following our hospital visit, we toured the city. A central market had just enough activity ...
... a village or walking around in the evening in a place we are staying in, and there is no one else is to be seen. We feel a bit like aliens visiting another planet abandoned by its inhabitants. The cycle routes do take us through more small places than you might see by car, so our perceptions are somewhat skewed perhaps.
But it's clear the young are not in the villages or smaller towns. They have fled to the cities and we feel ...