Ibis Dijon Sud
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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We started our second day in Beaune with a lovely breakfast before going to the Fallot Moutaderie - the mustard factory. At the factory, Ben saw a stone mustard grinder for crushing mustard seeds. Next we got to make our own mustard by crushing mustard seeds with salt and verjus (which Ben thought smelt like vinegar) in a mortar and pestle. The tour guide said Mummy's mixture was excellent! ...
After a small blip, of Peter having a grumpy day and finally admitting to being a little bit over it and feeling homesick, we are back on track. I feel guilty as he has been doing all the driving but I have offered to try. All too quickly he said no, I think the thought of me driving Frankie was an even scarier prospect.
We made our way down France to the ...
... of text, generally in Latin, coming out out near their mouth. We also visited the covered metal food market designed by Gustave Eiffel who was born in Dijon. It wasn't very busy today but we bought fruit cheese salami and bread and had a nice picnic. We actually did a little mustard taste at the Maille mustard store. Apparently the secret is wine juice in the mustard. Who knew!? We also later stopped to have coffee and met a French doctor our age and his ...
... We were directed up two flights of stair to the second balcony. By then, it was about 8:25. The theater still seemed quite empty.
8:30 came and went. Folks were now advancing towards their seats but not in any type of hurried manner like they might be late. All of a sudden an alarm bell went off. It rang and rang for an extended time. It reminded us of a fire alarm at schools in the United States when we were kids. Holy cow, ...
... are called communes, not villas, and include the farms in the surrounding area. The communes are the lowest level of French government - strictly local. Then the village, the ville, the large cite. Each level has a local government, plus increasingly complex levels of departmental, regional and national government. The plus- you have effective local government that you really do know and vote for personally. The downside - the endless ...