Hotel Le Chambellan
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... by one of the floor to ceiling windows in the lounge. A piano player serenaded us while my husband read and I worked on my blog. I am having trouble with getting on-line. The ship has set sail for Tournus where we will pick up the people on the optional tour to Cluny Abbey. We didn’t do this since I need a good rest. Maybe tomorrow I’ll try an optional tour in the afternoon. I just don’t want to overdo ...
So my first day in France, it was a beautiful
morning.The fresh squeezed orange juice, and the baguette was heavenly
that morning. The mustard factory was more impressive then I had
imagined. Very innovative. I very much liked how they respect the
grinding process of the mustard, and continue to use the grind stones.
The coolest part was making our own mustard. My mustard turned out to be
more like a vinaigrette, but still delicious. ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... but in gallons. The Caprice staff hastily went into action and declared the room a “toxic waste site” for the evening and sent Sandy and Anne off to a nice hotel in their pajamas. Clean up efforts and repairs started immediately. So sleep we did, with two of our passengers enjoying the comforts of a fine hotel and a sewage system that worked. The "Plumber of Dijon" will visit us ...
We have a ten hour train ride today. We get to drive past Cannes, Marsielle, Avignon (all again) and then check out Lyon, Dijon and Nancy before we get into Metz. It is set to be a long but enjoyable trip and we can't wait. On our way out of Nice we took the tram down a bit further than our train station, near the city centre and walked back up, so we could see everything one last time. We stopped at our new favourite shop too to get a gift. Can't ...