Hotel De La Cloche
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Needed a place for overnight between Bordeaux and Strasbourg...this was v good
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... break the bank credit card receipt for the parking in Louisville, we had the short drive to see the grandchildren. The first words out of Jacobs mouth when he hugged me at the door was, “Papa can I play with your IPad”. So much for travel curiosity. Jacob and Elise have those “travel genes”. They will grow into it.
Overall, this was ...
... visited all the quaint little villages... Chassagne-montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet, Mersault, Volnay, Pommard, (south) Nuits-St-Georges, Moray-Saint-Denis, Vosnee-Romane (north) to name a few. Wonderful little villages, with small vignerons operating out of shops or even garages. Each village has a special feel and character about them. Acres of vines spread across the slightly undulating landscape, in gold ...
... the barge traveling at a fast pace is out of the question. Mary and I get some walking in and explore a small village. The fall colors are brilliant, the grass is so lush that it looks artificial and small wildflowers are blooming along the canal bank. This is the definition of "nice".
Nearing our destination of Gissey sur Ouche, the water in the ...
... is time to get back in the kitchen
Ovens set, sauces heated Vicki shooed me off permanently with the subtle suggestion that plating the food required a bit more culinary artistic presentation capabilities than perhaps my extensive culinary training would provide, so it was suggested that I join our guests for dinner and Vicki would do ...
... lunch at a tea shop on the Place Carnot, sort of the main square of this town. Beaune could not be any cuter. It looks like a village straight out of an adorable French movie about adorable French children, which there are not many of in this town, mostly because its main tourist attraction is wine.
After lunch we made our way to the Hotel Dieu, which is NOT where we are staying. The Hotel Dieu was a hospice started in the late ...