Hostellerie La Huchette
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So on October 30 - we visited several wineries - tasted various c******nay types - visited a family owned winery a purchase a few bottles of pouilly fuisse - my favorite - had a great dinner at the B and B
October 31 - visited Cluny and the Abbey - the revolutionaries in 1790 destroyed the most beautiful abbey -- we seen this a lot throughout France - we then went to a 1600 chateau - beautiful visit.
Sunday 12 October
The weather did not cooperate today with heavy rain so we had a leisurely breakfast. Isobelle makes her own jams of various types and fruit comports as well as a type of quince paste that goes with goats cheese . That, on top of croissants, filled us up for the day.
She created an interesting display in the hallway ...
... sup>th and 19th
century and has been in the de Murard de Saint Romain family since 1761. There is a 12th century chapel, wine making buildings, an orangery, a dovecote, a vegetable garden, large
fields, woods and a vineyard. Isobelle Murard runs the chateau by herself with help from her nephew. Her husband, whose project it was to take in paying guests, died at age 50 only two years ago.
... rest up. When the others got back we went up,to the tour directors meeting, followed by a fire drill, then we were invited up to the top deck by the captain to watch our departure from Chalon-sur-Saone to Tournus which is just over 3 hours away, the crew handed out glasses of bubbly to everyone, so was very pleasant. We then got ready for the Captain's dinner at 7.15pm with a set menu, lovely meal, although noisy & was a long ...
... pans. The cobbled streets, timber-framed houses, the lovely tiled church spire, and the tres French Gauloise-smoking market-goers all contribute to the ambiance of the setting!
Amongst the wares we saw the famous Poulets de Bresse (D had read about these prized birds in Peter Mayle's 'Year in Provence') for sale and they were indeed very pricey, but certainly sought after, with lineups ...