Holiday Inn Dijon Toison D'Or
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... noticed the manual said that sometimes this function can be affected by radio interference and we were right next to a mobile phone mast! Drove away, retested and bingo everything worked fine again! A self-healing car is a great thing! Staying near Beaune tonight in the Burgundy region in a quite quirky Chambre D'hôte and planning to sample some local fare tonight! Heading further north tomorrow. ...
... snooze next to a french vineyard didn't seem like a dodgy idea at all. The others went ahead and we followed through with our plan. When they returned we joined back in for the ride back to Beaune. Tonight's dinner, we requested a spot that did everything traditional from this area so once again i can get a bit more local cuisine under my belt. Yep, this region, beef burgundy, mustard and snails!. Joelene can now say she has been subjected to ...
... accent) 'just let us off here and we will walk'. We confidently walked into the closed street which was full of tables covered with red and white table cloths and more food and wine than you can poke a stick at. The hotel was straight ahead what could go wrong. Well, a lovely french lady came over and grabbed us as for some reason we must have been exuding that aura of 'hmm not quite sure we are on the right track'. By this time Joelene had sent a text to the ...
... train was 5 minutes late (most unusual for French trains) leaving us even less time to change platforms and find our booked carriage. It's not easy do this with loaded bikes.
Fortunately there were understanding platform staff who bundled us onto the closest carriage, even though it wasn't a bike carriage. It was actually a first class carriage and we were worried the whole trip that we were ...
... walk to our hotel. We decided to head to Notre Dame (Dijon) as that was in the old area and also on the Owl's Trail. The Owl's Trail - owl arrows on the pavement show you he way to go: you can buy a book for 3.50 Euro or just wing it like we did. Whenever we got a bit lost, we'd find an owl and follow it. I rubbed la chouette with my left hand for luck - when I finally found her! She's on the outside of the left side of Notre Dame (number 9) - we'd even ...