Ibis Dijon Centre Clemenceau
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... our lives for the past decade since we had last been together at a family reunion in Wisconsin.
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Joni invited Bertrand, Chantal, and our friend Jim Tanner over for dinner tonight. Two years ago, she treated them to a meal of Sloppy Joes, homemade potato salad, and homemade cookies. This year, she decided to go with a Mexican feast…at least as Mexican as you can get in France. She brought some materials- ...
... sometimes it is 30 km away, sometimes they’ve never heard of it.
In France, you just have to be patient. A shopkeeper will take all the time they need with a customer, which is great when it is your turn, but not so great when you are fifth in line and your American brain is set to the “let’s get going!” setting. I put my credit card in the little machine when I make a purchase, and while the card reader ...
Today it was back to mounting those instruments of torture for a ride through the burgundy countryside through the vineyards of Beaune. It was a pretty little joint about 20 mins train ride from Dijon. After a quick ride through the city to a shop to get some lunch off we went through the hills (hills being the operative word). On the way through the country side i came across a really familiar marker (joelene was the first to spot it). It was ...
... feet! So even though the sun is shining and it is supposed to be 27 degrees it feels very cold.
The next thing we noticed about Dijon is the architecture. While still quite French (little balconies and lots of stone), the roof line is interesting. Huge tiled roofs, with many covered in brightly coloured tiles. The tiles generally form patterns and it is quite easy to forget to look up - until you turn a corner ...
... of Mirages zipping around and Stan got to see one take off (I had a building in my way). I could have hung around there to watch airplanes for a day, personally.
Anyway, here we are back in Dijon. Same port that isn’t actually being managed by anyone so the only parking space we can find has no water or electricity. Therefore, much running of the generator. We might get a shot at a parking spot with water and electricity on ...