La Terre D'or
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- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
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I figured that while Alyssa was busy typing away at a serious blog entry that I would update you on the feast that we just took on.
Four course dinner? That won't be too much... Or so I thought. I started off my meal with the most gourmet salad that I've ever had placed in front of me. Goat cheese, tomatoes, fancy lettuce and a mustard vinaigrette made it ...
... that sells over 300 wines, and was offering a tasting of 7 Beaune-area wines. We bought a couple bottles to bring home with us, to share with our families when we host a French-themed dinner!
So, Josh has been making fun of me all this trip, but what I have been enjoying even more than people watching is dog watching! So many dogs in France, and most of them are pure bred dogs. I have seen maybe one or ...
... In the French version, it was described as a 'device to clean patients'. I mean, it's not like the French version was wrong, but...
After the museum, we explored different shops in town, and enjoyed a beer out in the sunshine. We have been able to enjoy a second fall while in France! The weather has been sunny, between 15-20 degrees, and the leaves are in the middle of changing colours. It's a treat, ...
... of Beaune, Levernois. We were there for three nights at Hostellerie de Levernois and that was an amazing treat. We were on half board – breakfast and dinner – and the chef was a one star Michelin chef and the food was fabulous…..and way, way too plentiful! We didn’t need lunch EVER – time to recover was necessary.
Our next stop was at Chateau Sully. The chateau is privately owned by the MacMahon family. Beautiful on the outside, almost sad on the inside. The duke died about 11 years ago and the duchess lives there with just her son. The place looks a little worn, but still in decent shape. Our guide, who did the tour for us in English related the plight of the chateau owners and the surrounding towns. Money is not so abundant ...