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So I'm getting sick. Again. Not really again since it never went away but I’m starting to feel more sick again. Looks like this might be the cycle for a while.
I’m hoping that things will slow down once I’m done with France and I’ll get a chance to feel better. I mean, I’ll still be doing a lot of stuff but I won’t be travelling as much so hopefully that’ll ...
... didn't want to ride on a full stomach so did not eat and drink lots.
After lunch it's off for the second half of the long ride -- 29.7km or 18 miles. The afternoon ride included two very long, steady climbs. On the first climb I ended up walking and riding. On the second hill I got smart, and took the van! No point overdoing it. The last few kilometers are all down hill -- easy!
We rode on rural back roads as well as ...
... Beaune is home for many cellars for these producers.
Centered in the town is the Hospices de Beaune or sometimes called the Hotel-Dieu de Beaune. Founded in 1443 as a hospital for the poor, the Hotel-Dieu is now a museum. In the 1400’s a majority of the population of Beaune were destitute. Suffering from the plague and marauding bands, ...
... up to the cable, the person outside has to grab the wire and turn in a 3/4 turn counter—clockwise til the yellow light on the lock starts blinking. A bit bizarre, but it does work.
There was a market in Auxonne this morning. I went into town to get bread and croissants and came out via the market, which wandered all around the church and down the street as well as food in the covered market area. I bought a cheap light weight cool loose ...
... We were told there are 5 types of wines allowed to be grown in this region. The first can be labelled with the region name only, Bourgorgne, and is the lowest quality - we tried one of these and I found it light and fruity and very enjoyable. The next quality up is labelled with the village name - in this instance Chambolle Musigny. Also a nice Pinot but we can tell it has a fuller flavour and is a slightly darker colour. The third level is named specifically for ...