Ibis Dijon Gare
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... for Fatima. After probably our best breakfast so far, it was time to take on the day. For our only full day in the city we decided to take a self-guided tour through the vineyards. We found a nice map of the vineyards and set out on our way.
The vineyards were beautiful. They stretched all throughout the countryside of Beaune. As we walked through the hills we ...
... century charity hospital Hotel Dieu (also called les Hospices de Beaune). This is now a museum housing the original sickbeds and art treasures accumulated over the centuries. Afterwards, you are free to discover more of the treasures of Beaune on your own. Perhaps you'll explore the Musee du Vin, a wine museum that was a former private residence of the Dukes of ...
... so you have to rush off to Paris to sort out your identity and ability to remain as a foreign traveller travelling around foreign countries for the another 7 months. The mustard in Dijon is pretty good too, just a shame I didn't cut it. PostScript: The Paris lost and found lived up to expectations of not giving a **** either on the phone or in person when we visited on the Monday. They hadn't seen my bag and well, didn't give a **** in any other stage past this. So off I went to ...
... similarly on the way down the canal, except the water in the chamber is lowered rather than raised. Duh.
Actually getting your barge through the locks is a whole other matter. There were mere inches on either side of the barge from the lock walls. We watched in awe as Stan or Sharon navigated their barge through these small spaces.
On the Canal du Bourgogne, lock-keeper’s houses are still standing next to each lock and in use, albeit by other people. ...
... when it starts. Very interesting. Never seen that before.
We got to the train station about 45 minutes before our train. Check with the information booth and she confirmed our train to Dijon would leave at 9:23 am. We had time for a pastry and apple juice for Sandy, a Coke Lite (Diet Coke) for me. Interesting happening, a Muslim woman came up to Sandy as she sat reading her book and she asked her to watch her bags. Thinking she ...