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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... day Sunday with coffees and pan chocolar to start the day, buy the cheeses, buy the palma ham, buy the salad ingredients, wonder around the old part of the town, then back to the boat with our loot for lunch. We have managed to put up a canopy (gazebo) over the outside area of our boat, to keep the sun off. We are sitting out there now, writing this blog, and Amanda writing e-mails. So the adventure continues and hopefully so does the bateau. J & ...
... got to taste 4 different types of mustard: a green one (with tarragon), a red one (with blackberries), a whole grain (or traditional) and a Dijon. Ben and Jon thought they were OK but Mum and Dad really liked them. After lunch, we went to the park and we played in some fountains. Then we went for a walk through the grape vines and Ben and Jon saw some grapes. The grapes were small and ...
We wandered along the Route du Grand Cru to the Chateau de la Rochepot which was closed and followed several back roads until we could get a better look. It was beautiful from the outside:
... of wine, and had sampled many of the 100 distinct AOC's, appellations, traits and terroirs!
Franck & Laura had recommended yet another restaurant for lunch if one was looking for an 'authentic' meal experience, so off we toodled to Cafe de France, where, for €13.50, big-boned Mom & Pop served a 'menu du jour' that included a fantastic ...
... the streets, look longingly at “Au Vendre” (For Sale) signs, and ogle at all of the cute gardens, houses, and other sights. Every one of these towns had at least one window with a cat sunning itself, and an elderly lady walking down the road with a baguette! We visited Chateauneuf en Auxois, Alise-Ste.-Reine for the MuseoParc Alesia (which VERY dramatically explained the war between the Gauls and the Romans on the site of the ...