Hostellerie Du Chapeau Rouge
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... and caught the tram into the city (we are right near a tram stop, and about 20 minute trip – tram ticket only cost us around 6 euro for unlimited travel for 48 hours). They have an amazing transport system with 2 trams (north-south and east-west) supported by an extensive bus system. Don't know how regularly buses go, but our tram is every 7 or 8 minutes. And the population is only around 170,000. Why oh why cant cities like Adelaide come even close to ...
... down and put our hands at our sides and they touched us on each shoulder lightly with a wooden sword. It would hurt if it was a metal one. Mummy says this is how you get knighted, but I didn't know that because Ardern didn't tell me what they were saying.
After that we got a certificate rolled up and tied with string. This is in French but Mummy says that the certificate says I am a knight!
On the way home we had an icecream. It was a fun day
On our way back to Switzerland, we stayed in the capital of Burgundy, the city of Beaune. We rode about 495 kms in total this day, with mostly highway riding.
We went into the city center for a glass of wine and dinner. The centre is quite interesting, with many wine bars and restaurants.
The wine we had was good, but we needed more time to really get an appreciation of the local wines.
I'm tired, so I'm going to leave this one to Helena.... Well, I guess the journey wasn't too bad because it was a French bank holiday. Louis and I watched a lot of TV and, to stop us from getting bored, mummy made us a little holiday book. Inside there were two word searches, a spot - the - difference, an eye spy game (which we haven't even touched) and every thirty miles we got a travel ticket! We've still got a long journey ahead of us, but it will be worth ...
... and it makes me wonder who had the idea to build them! But not enough to look it up on wiki! Anyway a lovely stroll down to the locks and a picnic lunch. Another beautiful day.
Mr S and I spend most of the day laughing - at each other, ourselves and sometimes other people! Over the last couple of weeks Mr S has had some language barriers - but only when it comes to food! I have mentioned the pig intestines incident, but he has also had a ...