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... had basil with chocolate but it was a revelation – Amazing. I could not fault anything about the dish.
Sam had pear poached in red wine – I tried the sauce and it was so, so, so good. A rich caramel flavour with the red wine background. Yummm. I will let her tell you more about it.
We also ordered a small bottle of Beaujolais to share which really complimented the meal and was quite enjoyable also. A faultless menu for my ...
... and a belt. My tunic was sort of a pinky colour.
The first activity was a treasure hunt. When we went on the treasure hunt we went into the garden. The garden had stairs down to the juggling and the sword fighting but we did not go down the stairs. We went ito the castle and saw the guns and the well where they got the water from. Last of wall we went down the stairs. When we went down the stairs we went to the Juggling.
At the ...
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.
3rd August- Our Rhine cruise over we were dropped at the train station in Basel. Turned out to be the wrong station, so it was a scramble onto a bus to find the other station. There we met up with Marianne, who stayed with us earlier in the year and lives in Solithurn, an hour from Basel. Also met her brother Franze and his girlfriend Ursula. We wandered around for a bit then had lunch. It was great ...
... so we bought some bread, cheeses, pâté and fruit and had a picnic in our room. There were many intriguing looking wine shops but we instead bought a tasty local vintage for very little at the Casino market.
We then went out to see the illuminations. Beaune projects images in 3D onto some of its most significant buildings at night. We didn't see all of them but did catch the Hospices (a hospital in the Middle Ages), Notre ...