Hotel La Petite Verrerie
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... It was an impressive buildings that had been added to over the centuries and was a real hotch potch of styles. That afternoon, Mal wasn't feeling the best so I went solo. We went for a lovely country drive through Burgundy with green hills, vineyards, villages and the odd small chateau here and there. The destination was Chateau ...
... sipping over 15 wines from their reserves. It was definitely fun presentation, and we didn’t feel bad not buying in the end since they charge $15/head for tasting. They aren’t hurting for business.
After drinking, we went back to the b&b to get ready for dinner out in Beaune; Ben recommended a terrific place, L’Ardoise. They had one table left for dinner, and we had a great meal. I had an enormous burger (I ...
... Beaune is the Hotel Dieu, a hospice built in the 15th century. Very impressive. We also visited a wine museum housed in a ducal residence from the 16th century, so both the building and its contents we're interesting. The sight of the day was while visiting the Hospice where we saw that a young couple had brought their two juvenile cats along in a shoulder bag. The cats did not seem very happy! ...
... The food was exceptional, the service good, and we did get the waiter to smile a couple of times. All because of my lousy French. The German has worked really well this trip, but struggling a little with French. I had a rabbit terrine that was stunning, R had fried goats cheese salad. She said it was brilliant. We both then had duck in raspberry sauce. I thought it might be too sweet, but the sauce was quite savoury and really amazing. ...
To some, the reason and main delight of traveling is to see the sights one has heard of, seen pictures of and heard about from those who have gone ahead, but to me those "things" are the background to the people one meets. Often a stunning background, but NOT what remains in my memorybank long after.
It is the people who fill my foreground. This trip has already provided us with so many happy occasions that the foreground is becoming as full as ...