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Today started in a very disappointing way, as we walked in to have our breakfast we were greeted with many hungry people. We found very little juice, no bread or hot food, very little cereal (many eating on plates and with forks due to no bowls or spoons), and one of our tour party clearing tables so many of us could sit down. Apparently having two groups eating close to each other didn't work, and the hotel didn't cope very well. On the plus side our tour director did say as ...
We started the day berthed at Beaune and there was a early excursion that started off at 0800 but we decided to miss it and have lazy morning plus Patricia had her her done in the hairdressers. Whilst that early party went off the ship moved to Macon, they came by bus after their excursion. Our excursion was in the afternoon at 1330 ...
... is always very good. A typical day starts off at 0630 with an early riser breakfast, then at 0730 till 0900 there is the main breakfast, if you miss that one there is a cut down breakfast from 0900 till 1000. Then at 1200 there is a choice of 2 lunches one which is in the main dining room and another in the lounge which is just sandwiches and a lighter type of lunch. At 1630 there is afternoon tea usually followed ...
... loves her food, mais après une nuit drinking gallons of water, mon dieu, this delicacy can remain local.
Van Gogh - Saint-Paul Asylum, Saint-Rémy
I did say that the blog is not about sightseeing but Madame says that you can't be in St Remy without visiting the asylum where Van Gogh spent some of the last year of his life between May 1889 – May 1890.
Camping Las Bastide St Remy
We say good bye to the patron ...
... time of the French revolution. All the monasteries were closed during the Revolution. The Abbey never regained its prominence and the huge cathedral that had been built during its heyday was torn down and the blocks used for constructing local buildings.
After walking around Cluny, we went to lunch out in the country. It was very interesting as only lunch in France can be. Apparently it is a law in these ...