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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... took in a great digestif after dinner called Marc de Beaune, a spirit distilled from local wines.
All said it was a great dinner and even after the conversion it would have cost us less than a dinner at the Keg back home and the food was sooooo much better.
Our last dinner in France was great and I'm sure that all that food will help is sleep well ...
... to the Musée du Vin, which was one of the only places that was open! We learned all about the history and tradition of wine-making in the Bourgogne region. Not the best museum we have been to this trip, but it was still interesting to learn about how wine making has developed here.
After the wine museum, we decided that we were thirsty for some wine. We didn't have much to choose from, but we did find ...
... come from all around the world to buy the current vintage from all of the wineries in the Bourgogne (Burgundy) region and to buy other wines from previous years that are being put up for sale. Christie's auction house will be here to auction off the most sought after wines, last year a single barrel went for 7000 Euros! While here we also learned that all the shops are closed on Mondays, most retail shops close for lunch every ...
... Saone). Hardly a tourist and a beautiful old town, caught the end of the market and had some great crepes on the street. Yum. There are beautiful old half timbered houses from the medieval period in very good condition. It was an experience as its kind of off the tourist track. Then back to the little town and train back to beaune. A quiet room picnic- just too many nights of beef bourginion. The wines here are fantastic even for me who can't ...
... having seen a strobe tuner. This race is not for just any marathon runner. It starts in Interlaken, which is at 1860 feet above sea level. From there, the runners race for 40 kilometers up to Kleine Scheidegg, which is 6860 feet above sea level. Even the most seasoned marathoners from Kenya have to walk a portion of the ascent.
After having a “light lunch” of rosti, we took the train to a ...