Hotel De Paris Dijon
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... to the Duke of Burgundy and his wife Guigone de Salins created a beautiful L’ Hotel-Dieu de Beaune, as it is called.
The roof is a beautiful mosaic of colored tiles. The building is a good example of Burgaundian/Flemish architecture. The hospital is now a museum (they have built a newer hospital.) The wineries still support this hospital after all these centuries. Every year they have a very ...
... The sampling table was very nice, made the buying experience
that much more enjoyable. The other people that were in the store did
not seem very fond of us. I don't think they were annoyed at the noise, as
much as they were of how crowded it was, and how long the line was. I
honestly don't know what I am going to do with all of this mustard.
Lunch was fabulous. The three courses were of perfect size, and the wine, oh
We started our day with our first yet one of many of the breakfasts we would have at our Hotel and then took the tour bus to visit Moutarderie Fallot which was the mustard factory we would have a tour of and be able try fresh ground mustard paste. We would then have lunch at Le Belena where we met the students from CEFAM and got to learn a ...
... may have been part of the strike action. Anyway, no-one evicted us from our seats or objected to our bikes cluttering the entrance. It was a good day already!
It was also a magnificent sunny morning in Dijon, still only 9.15am and we were pleased to be back in France with a whole day ahead of us. Life was good, especially after we had located a Paul's, a French cafe/boulangerie chain, at the station ...
... over a home-cooked meal. In the morning we departed for Dijon. We didn't buy any mustard, but we went crazy at a local patisserie. I don’t know which is better -- the simple thrill of hopping off your barge and buying fresh, hot French pastries or actually eating them. Probably both in equal measure.
It was an all-too-short visit with Stan and Sharon, but their courage and sense of adventure left a deep imprint on us. I hope we don’t spend our retirement on the ...