Hôtel Castel Burgond
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... I bought a bottle of red wine. I don't usually drink wine but I am making an exception. Last night I got a dirty look from the waiter when I said I didn't want wine. I think the French (and the Italians) get insulted if you don't drink their wine.
We spent a short amount of time walking around the small town. The square had a cute carousel. I went into a candy Store (no surprise) and bought some nougat and a ...
... br> little out there also. Patients were given worms for protein. Dear Lord
just take my soul before I eat a worm. That's not even the
grossest/coolest/disturbing part. In those times they fermented cow poop
and it was used as an anti inflammatory remedy. Listen, just let me
swell up, I'll be fine. The only thing that I would take without too
much of a fight would have been the wine. The water was undrinkable so
they gave the patients ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... 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 ...
... are arranged in advance, and lock-keepers now ride on motor scooters to get from lock to lock at the appointed time. What they do in between each lock appointment is anybody's guess. The lock keepers we met were strong and relatively young. It’s not easy to open the heavy doors of the locks by hand (and back), but it’s fitting in this slower part of the world that the locks are still mostly operated manually.
The barge moves slowly, often out-paced by the walkers ...