La Terre D'or
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The small town of Beaune! This city was a very nice change of pace from the hustle and bustle of Paris and Versailles. The charm of Beaune is that it is in the middle of wine country here in France. There are vineyards that stretch for miles around the borders of the town.
We started the day with a very tasty Beaune breakfast. Croque Madame for myself and ...
... br> Along the way, you'll stop for a visit in Beaune, which is one of the main towns of the Cote d'Or region. The rich soil of Beaune produces many of the world's finest wines. Here you'll enjoy a walking tour through the old town, with its winding cobbled streets dotted with outdoor cafes and open-air markets. The tour includes one of Beaune's most notable landmarks, ...
... like 8 rooms open for the tour to go through. We looked through some rooms and I thought they were really cool and the queen went to them and that chateau. Dad Edie and I all stayed at a park while mum and Aunty Mary looked at upstairs. We had some lunch. And I had a skate board down the street for a while and then I went inside for the rest of the ...
... for a T-shirt on the day of the race! Once the crowd dispersed and the Gendarmerie had sorted out the traffic, we were on our way again, cruising the 1 1/2-lane roads of rural France, through ancient villages, vineyards and pastures. At one point, Rachel recognized from the map we were on the same route as our bike tour in '89. We had to cruise through the beautiful old village of Arly twice just to take in the perspective from our bike ...
... which is just 40 kilometres long, and in most places less than 2 kilometres wide. The best wines - from Grand Cru vineyards - of this region are usually grown from the middle and higher part of the slopes, where the vineyards have the most exposure to sunshine and the best drainage, while the Premier Cru come from a little less favourably exposed slopes. The relatively ordinary "Village" wines are produced from the flat territory nearer the villages. ...