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... We tasted four wines. Between each wine they gave us some delicious ham bread to clean our palate. We stopped on the way back to take pictures of the vineyard.
Most of the wineries are still owned by Hospices de Beaune, founded in 1443 as a hospital for the poor and later the rich too. Of course they were segregated. But the beds for the poor were very nice. I wish our emergency rooms looked so good. Nicolas ...
... close to each other. The poor
sometimes had to share a bed with someone else, talk about lack of
privacy. This was common to keep warm. Um no thanks, I'd rather be cold
then have to cuddle with a stranger. The rich did get their own bed,
fingers crossed I would have been of wealth in those times.
The medicine they used in those times was outrageous, even the operating
instruments, talk about unsanitary and painful. Their remedies were ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
Our crew for the week are Suzanne (manager), Fred, (pilot), Vicki (chef), Donald (matelot), Ruth (hostess), Lotte, (hostess) and Guillaume (bus driver). All were from the UK except Guillaume. Suzanne's mom and dad were guests, Neil and Barbara and all were experienced hands on the canals.
Because part of the canal had been closed earlier than scheduled for the season, our scheduled place ...
... the countryside we often noticed small herds of all white cows or “Charolais”. These cows are said to produce France’s best beef. I just had to take a picture, hold the burger and frites.
The towns, villages and hamlets in Burgundy are simply too cute. Maybe that is why the film-makers of “Le ...