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... custardy, brioche, raisiny goodness! Heaven…. Satisfied (and planning to return to buy another for breakfast tomorrow) we caught a bus to Lac Kir for a relaxing stroll around what was a very picturesque lake.
Worked up an appetite for lunch by now – so bussed back to the city centre…..for lunch at creperie (now open J). I cannot remember a better galette ever (jambon, egg and cheese of course) – soooo good! Mitch also had one ...
One day I went to Chateauneuf. This castle was built in the 12th century. That means it's 800 years old. But some of it had to be rebuilt 500 years ago.
This is a castle that knights used to live in.
I went to Chateauneuf with Bosch and Ardern, who are my friends, to do a knights workshop. It was all in French, but they speak French and English so they could translate for me.
First we got into our knight's costume. It was ...
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.
I'm tired, so I'm going to leave this one to Helena.... Well, I guess the journey wasn't too bad because it was a French bank holiday. Louis and I watched a lot of TV and, to stop us from getting bored, mummy made us a little holiday book. Inside there were two word searches, a spot - the - difference, an eye spy game (which we haven't even touched) and every thirty miles we got a travel ticket! We've still got a long journey ahead of us, but it will be worth ...
... been this odd tension between the French state which is resolutely secular, and the French religious operating reality, which is pretty resolutely Catholic. It is the most Catholic non-actually religious country I know; the US is the most Protestant non-religious country I know. So - happy Ascension Day, one and all.
We came up here from St Jean de Losne to meet our friends (and several time clients) Cindy and Alex, and their children, ...