Kyriad Dijon Gare
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... with HUGE Carrefour supermarket – just two tram stops away! Could this day get any better? After visiting the supermarket, we are extremely excited by the thought of visiting one and stocking up in Paris for some exceptional home cooked options while we’re there. Ooh la la!
Mitch: Yep, Sam was pretty excited about the pastry for breakfast – I was not fussed. The park/lake we visited was really lovely – picturesque is certainly ...
... and a belt. My tunic was sort of a pinky colour.
The first activity was a treasure hunt. When we went on the treasure hunt we went into the garden. The garden had stairs down to the juggling and the sword fighting but we did not go down the stairs. We went ito the castle and saw the guns and the well where they got the water from. Last of wall we went down the stairs. When we went down the stairs we went to the Juggling.
At the ...
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.
... some cumulous clouds, a bird that we don’t know if it’s a heron or a crane or an egret (oh Pete - I could so use you and Marcia!) and as Cindy said - baguettes just smell so good! - and the church bells ring a lot - and the walls are really old and it’s nice to pet them.
So, yeah. I am probably right up there with luckiest human on the planet. And for some odd reason, the old barge that has been turned into a night club is ...
... out of a storybook. My favorite were the many buildings with the wooden criss-crossings over them! So I'm learning pretty fast that beautiful, massive, super old cathedrals are as common in France as squirrels are in the US. They're all still beautiful to walk into and oggle at the stained glass and all the other art forms inside them, but I can tell that my love for cathedrals might slowly dwindle in the coming months. I can already tell when I return to the US ...