Ibis Dijon Centre Clemenceau
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... gave us a full run down on everything around, the apartment has a fridge, washing machine, Nespresso and all the mod cons needed for the kitchen so it will be nice to make our own food tomorrow.
Our first priority was the BMW shop as someone has removed our back light cover, thanks for the 170 Euro bill on that one.
Washing clothes was the ...
... 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 ...
... 8217;t come out at night. But BATS do! Flying in circles around the fan. Winged, lost and confused. We had a bat in the room. Now isn’t that great.
As I let the situation soak in I calculated that this problem had 3 dimensions to it. First, there was a bat in the room which had to be evicted. Second, it was the middle of the night and we wanted to get rid of it without waking up the hosts and the household. How embarrassing would that be to ...
... out not to be the case. While we were in France our dates overlapped with the dates of his summer visit. So we planned a little trip to Burgundy with him when he came into town. It felt strange and fulfilling being with him in France. After all the conversations about me visiting France, I now had the chance to host him when he came in, and we were all going to go visit his family. Funny how things work out sometime.
After spending a day with ...
... drove on to Dijon... A fabulous town with a lot of ambiance and one heck of a lot of mustard!
We saw THE MAILLE mustard shop and as Dijon is my mustard of choice I posed for a photo outside. Sooo much mustard in sooo many shops. Lots of gingerbread as well but it is more like cake here. Old buildings are everywhere as Dijon avoided the bombs in WWII. We saw a building from the time of the ...