Ibis Dijon Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wet season. Regardless, the countryside sure is worth a drive through.
Chateauneuf is a small village sitting on top of a hill, standing about 1500’ above the Canal de Bourgogne and River Ouche valley floor. On a clear day, the view would be breathtaking. With a foggy day, it’s just good. The small walled village is dominated by the Chateau ...
... good guide.
Beaune, dating back to pre-Roman times, is considered the capital of Burgundy wines. A walled city of olden times, it has many parts of its battlements ad ramparts still standing. With a population of a little over 20,000 it provides many services (equipment and education) to the wine industry. Being surrounded by some world famous ...
... conditions. Vicki shooed me off, giving me a break for a couple of hours, before we would "put the heat" to our preparations.
Our cruise from Dijon to Plombieres was beautiful. The fall colors were brilliant, the grass was greener than green and the temperatures were real pleasant for walking and biking the canal paths. But duty ...
... and Isaiah. It was worth a few minutes of looking but the real treat was walking though some of the residential sections of Dijon.
Late afternoon we met up with our Florida group, Sandy, Anne and Judy and our Cape Cod group, Kathleen, Judy, Joan and Pat, to head to dinner. Among the group are three former flight attendants, a real estate broker, a nurse and a Judge. I was ...
... ok, but was much happier with my own dish.
For mains we both ordered the beef bourguignon, which came out in a copper pot and was served to us at the table with freshly made and cooked fettuccini (apparently the fettuccini is a common choice of accompaniment as we saw it on several menus). The taste was amazing. The sauce was rich and thick but not overwhelming. And the meat was melting and falling apart as you sunk the fork into it – no need ...