Hotel du Midi
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- Pets allowed
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... is a truly beautiful area with many little towns along rivers each having it's own chateau. The countryside was changing it's colours for the Autumn, yet we were lucky to have perfect sunny days the whole week. It was like 'proper' holidays with Stew not working and wine/beers/Tina cheese platters every evening while the kids played together or had screen time. Some of the highlights of the week included visiting the Jardins de ...
... a great picture from the balcony of our cabin, looking up to the sun deck, hopefully i can get it on the blog. One of the locks we went through had a used condom clinging to the side, I didn't have my camera so I didn't take a picture, but being in public health, I thought it was interesting! After all, I'd rather see a used condom discarded haphazardly than know that someone is having unsafe ...
... for breakfast. Yum. Then a 700m drag to the car, which was still parked where we left it. Drove to the Roman-built aqueduct section at Pont Du Gard. Wow that was seething to see. Last section 300m long; and used to be 52kms. Hard to believe that humans built it, and 2,500 years ago. Then drove in a round about fashion out west, ending in ...
... to be seen from the boat.
The next morning, we left Lyon and drove over to Beaune. It is in the heart of the Burgundy region. There have been very few vineyards around up till now. We have way more vineyards in California.
We did our last load of laundry today and then headed over to our hotel. After checking in and un-packing, left left for old town Beaune. ...
... Helen cleverly in French..called her " the Saint of the road"... Only Helen would think of saying that....lapsed catholic and all. So after yet another baguette and ham with coffee we then marched steadily up hill only to descend down the longest down hill rock path for 7 km, we all decided it was the worst path we had ever encountered....we'll maybe. Many hours later we clambered into Monistrol to fortunately the most lovely hotel you could wish for. The proprietor, ...