Hotel Stars Dijon
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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We started our second day in Beaune with a lovely breakfast before going to the Fallot Moutaderie - the mustard factory. At the factory, Ben saw a stone mustard grinder for crushing mustard seeds. Next we got to make our own mustard by crushing mustard seeds with salt and verjus (which Ben thought smelt like vinegar) in a mortar and pestle. The tour guide said Mummy's mixture was excellent! ...
After a small blip, of Peter having a grumpy day and finally admitting to being a little bit over it and feeling homesick, we are back on track. I feel guilty as he has been doing all the driving but I have offered to try. All too quickly he said no, I think the thought of me driving Frankie was an even scarier prospect.
We made our way down France to the ...
... cuts for T's lunch. After her lunch we had to take back the car. First we had to fill up the tank. It took 3 goes before we found one that took cash. The others took credit cards but not foreign cards! The car hire company was on the other side of town near the railway station but only took a few minutes to get there. There was no issues on returning it even though I had scratched the passenger ...
... the French. These are people who eat French Fries and pizza with a fork and knife. They were good sports about the whole Mexican adventure and dug right in. Jim was especially happy about the Mexican fare as Mexican restaurants are just not found in France. We all had a fun evening. Even Fripouille, Bertrand’s dog, finally got let in to join in the fun, as well as help with the clean up.
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To broaden ...
... br> Echenon is another little little town, probably a commune, that is perhaps 3 km from St Usage, which is no distance at all from St Jean-de-Losne, which is across the river bridge from Losne, which is 3 km from St Symphorien - and so on. You get the picture.
France remains a very agricultural country in most areas, and is dotted with little villages, some just clusters of homes and a little mairie without even a bakery. The ...