Hotel Stars Dijon
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... Sylvie and Cédric had decided to move to New Zealand to work in the wine industry there. They no sooner landed and got settled in than the major earthquake of 2011 hit the Christchurch area of NZ. They were without electricity, water and other necessities for quite some time. Many of the buildings in the area were not inhabitable for safety reasons. Not exactly the way they probably expected their NZ adventure to go.
... it is the locals who are in charge of the dig. No signs, no barriers.
Shopping at the local French food markets is something I really miss when I get home. I know we have our farmer’s markets, but it isn’t the same. Here, a town’s weekly market is quite an event, with people selling things you would expect, such as meat, cheese and produce, and some things you wouldn’t expect, such as clothing, knife ...
... unique experience it has provided them.
Being able to spend quality time with my two sisters and one of my favourite cousins in another country was great. And there really is plenty to do. Nolay itself is pretty, and many of the neighbouring towns and particularly Beaune are also attractive and historically interesting and their weekly markets are lots of fun. And on top of that there are the top class restaurants and of ...
... wine growing areas of France with Beaune hosting a famous wine school. Cate’s and my apartment last year and my hotel this year both sit on the edge of a small square in the middle of Nolay’s old section. Virtually every building on the four sides of the square is mediaeval. It is the cutest ancient square I’ve ever seen.
I arrived safely to Nolay and was very soon sipping wine with my family.
... abbey flourished until the 16th century.
Our next stop was Alise Saint-Reine where it is believed Julius Caesar defeated the Gallic leader Vercingétorix in 52 BC. The new modern museum attempted to educate us on this very important historical event. Caesar wanted the territory (now France) to be Roman but in order to make that happen ...