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A Mary Day Grand Finale 10/23/2014
Last full day on the Caprice. My morning routine hasn't changed. Dressed and out real early, the quiet mornings in the French countryside are beautiful. Cool, overcast and foggy will define our weather for the day. Breakfast served and the decoration pixies have been busy overnight with a Happy Birthday celebration for Mary. ...
... it interesting. Another Notre Dame church. This one is in a completely different style than the Notre Dame’s in Paris and Dijon. An interesting little city that one could spend much more time than the 2 hours we had.
We bus back to the canal and join the Caprice. It is cool but a great day for walking and biking. The locks are at close ...
... conditions. Vicki shooed me off, giving me a break for a couple of hours, before we would "put the heat" to our preparations.
Our cruise from Dijon to Plombieres was beautiful. The fall colors were brilliant, the grass was greener than green and the temperatures were real pleasant for walking and biking the canal paths. But duty ...
... Taco flavoring than called for. We bought both mild and medium picante sauces to serve. The mild was pretty much what we would get at home. The medium, however, was exactly the same at the mild with one exception; more sugar had been added to it to make it sweeter. (Might have to go back sometime and buy the hot just to see what it is like.)
We had a fun meal with our guests. It is always interesting to put finger-food in ...
... then set off to discover this ancient city. It has a long history back to stone age times but also has some wonderful houses dating back to the 1500's in the Cathedral’s St Vincent Square. Full wooden structures 3 or 4 stories high looking as strong as the day they were built (as opposed to the wooden structure at Montbelliard condemned because of woodworm after only 5 years). The Cathedral itself was ...