Logis Arts & Terroirs
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... for Fatima. After probably our best breakfast so far, it was time to take on the day. For our only full day in the city we decided to take a self-guided tour through the vineyards. We found a nice map of the vineyards and set out on our way.
The vineyards were beautiful. They stretched all throughout the countryside of Beaune. As we walked through the hills we ...
... it cool to see.
We began our explorations in the garden since the Palace didn't open until 9am (so we thought). The Versailles Garden is magnificent. Tons of land covered in trees, fountains, sculptures, and meticulously manicured bushes. It was cool to see a few of the locals going for their morning jog in the lush garden. After walking down the main path, we decided to ...
... br> Along the way, you'll stop for a visit in Beaune, which is one of the main towns of the Cote d'Or region. The rich soil of Beaune produces many of the world's finest wines. Here you'll enjoy a walking tour through the old town, with its winding cobbled streets dotted with outdoor cafes and open-air markets. The tour includes one of Beaune's most notable landmarks, ...
... the Duke’s Chancellor funded the construction of Hotel Dieu so the people of Beaune could receive medical care. (Could it have been RolinCare?)
The roof of Hotel Dieu is made of beautiful glazed tile. The large hospital room (The Room of the Poors) has a number of beds lined up (the ultimate semi-private room) and is adjacent to the Chapel ...
... here is their Abbaye Citeaux cheese. A one-hour guided tour of the grounds helped us understand the history and purpose of the monastery. Signage throughout encouraged us to refrain from “superfluous conversation” in order to appreciate the serenity of the monastic lifestyle.
As I reflect on this past month in Burgundy I realize how much I have enjoyed being here in this place. ...