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Travel Blogs from Dijon
... s in French is a la mode, right? For example the restaurant Au Bon Pain means To The Good Bread. Soo... Also we visited the Musee des Beaux Arts yesterday and today! And the Croix Rous, which is just another part of Lyon. The Dijon pictures start with the picture of me with the polar bear and end with the Arch de Triomphe picture. The rest of the pictures are in Lyon. AND I BOOKED MY TRAIN TICKET TO PARIS FOR THIS COMING WEEKEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ...
... it had been raining and there was a lot of water lying on the ice. After a lovely salad for lunch, hot chocolate to warm the kids up and Jura wine for Mum and Dad to taste we strolled round the town. Louis Pasteur was born here but the museum was closed. There were lots of interesting features on the buildings- carved onto them, interesting windows, turrets or staircases and many ...
... The last wonder of the day was the Les Chemins de Luminieres (the paths of light). Some of the buildings are lit up at night. When I say lit up it does not really give you any idea of the wonder of these lights. Onto some of the buildings pictures are projected. These are not static but change or move and generally reflect something about the building. The bell tower had a cat pouncing on a ball of light moving from the bottom to the top. Then the ...
... to help with drainage. The nearby village is very small, just a couple of streets - a dozen houses if you are lucky- no shops or anything. After delicious cheeses and cold meats for Ryan's birthday lunch the kids went outside having been asked to take some care as it is wet underfoot and we did not want mud covered clothes. It was lovely to hear sounds of fun and laughter. Then we looked outside and learned why Meg was having ...
... advertised times of being shut included New Year's Day but did not mention the 31st! Having driven quite a way to get there we felt let down. The village was worth a stroll around (although everything was shut up for winter) and we found a walk to a small chapel in the woods. Again we were disappointed as the chapel was also locked. It was only tiny and we peered through a grill in the door and were just able to make out a statue of Mary ...
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