Ibis Nuits Saint Georges
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Today started in a very disappointing way, as we walked in to have our breakfast we were greeted with many hungry people. We found very little juice, no bread or hot food, very little cereal (many eating on plates and with forks due to no bowls or spoons), and one of our tour party clearing tables so many of us could sit down. Apparently having two groups eating close to each other didn't work, and the hotel didn't cope very well. On the plus side our tour director did say as ...
... was fab. Sunny days and plenty of park time on her scooter (which we'd brought over from Oz)with her cousins...all girls....4 of them.... 3 between 3 and 4 years old...Well you can only imagine!
In France Stella has had the best fun with her cousin Clemmie. Both got the same pink bikes for their birthdays and they have been racing up and down the drive, round the house, sometimes getting competitive but ...
... fields full of sunflowers and hay, that tension melted away. Driving in France is much like driving in Canada, except the French are allowed to drive faster. On highways the speed limit is 130; on country roads it's 90. Perhaps because 130 is a more natural driving speed (don't we all hit 120/130 when we aren't watching the speedometer?), there isn't any "speeding." Everyone drives the limit or below. The only real surprise about driving in France is that ALL of their major highways ...
... Hat Tours (www.hat-tours.com). The cycling guide and the man and wife barge crew were Dutch. Our fellow tour-ists were a multi-national selection from Australia, Holland, Belgium, Italy, Canada and several New Zealanders.
Why visit Burgundy? These days it is probably best known as the home of the Côte d'Or and other wine growing areas, the huge variety of mustard manufactured around Dijon, and as a supplier of fine cheeses and other agricultural produce. Situated in east ...
... wine in one of the villages. Following them home proved to be an excellent idea as he took us through the back roads and showed us some views we wouldn't have known existed.
We took Lesley out for dinner at a restaurant her father, Lochan, recommended and watched Santo partake in another local delicacy, escargot (snails) ......yuck!! Apparently they tasted better than they looked :)
We headed off to a bar to meet Lochan and finished the night mingling with the ...