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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... filled with a blob of jam (good idea – I’d already eaten mine by then).
Before leaving (sob), had to try to explain to our host about the plug in the sink – which I’d pushed down the yesterday (to do some hand washing), and then had got stuck (we’d had to brush our teeth etc using the bath drain all day yesterday). Our host was clearly bewildered by the English words for ‘basin’, ‘plug’ and ...
... I balanced a plate on a stick on the palm of my hand not holding on. there was another one where you rolled it down your arms then it rolls down a stick then flipped it over. The man was really good at everything.
Swordfighting was really boring. All you had to do was hit a shield.
Last of all we made a shield painting and looked at a knight's tomb. The knight on the tomb looked like a normal person.
At the tomb we had ...
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.
... so instead he had to put up with our efforts at butchering his language. Not such a wise choice by him. His ears were probably sore afterwards. After dinner we went for a walk and admired an amazing sunset.
The next morning we decided to go for a jog to explore the old town area of Beaune. We followed the border of the old town which consisted of a large wall (remaining from the pre-Roman and Roman eras, through the medieval and renaissance period) that circled ...
... typical in most areas of France except major tourist destinations. We walked the old streets past many sidewalk cafes hosting French families and eventually came upon a wine shop that was open. The woman inside was very helpful in assisting us in selecting a bottle of their local apertif and Pinot Noir. It will be interesting to compare it to the Oregon Pinots once we're back on Cascade Ave. We wanted to spend another night in Beaune and did ...