Les Chalets du Villard
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... to look down and see some amazing views of the city we just left. It was all t he peace we needed. Beaune left an impression on us.
After the hike, we took in a few of the shops around Beaune. They had a Salvador Dali museum, but it was closed for the day. We picked up some wine, grabbed some dinner and called it a night. We had an early train to Cannes the next ...
... This town is so small you can walk from end to end in about 20 minutes. It's a beautiful city, with some 18th century architecture still very much in use by its population. We called it a night soon after dinner since our next day will be filled with touring the vineyards of Beaune and probably drinking a ton of wine. Eh, most likely, not probably. Eh, definitely drinking ton of wine.
... wet season. Regardless, the countryside sure is worth a drive through.
Chateauneuf is a small village sitting on top of a hill, standing about 1500’ above the Canal de Bourgogne and River Ouche valley floor. On a clear day, the view would be breathtaking. With a foggy day, it’s just good. The small walled village is dominated by the Chateau ...
... directly behind the counter in the store. Another window in the floor of their shop shows, instead of wine barrels as in many local places, huge bags of Cocoa beans. One very tasty concoction was called Chocolate de Marc, which combined dark chocolate, mint and marc de Bourgogne. Wow! I had not written a TripAdvisor review in a couple of years, but this place made me get back at it. I wanted to do anything in my power to keep them ...
... entire compound housed several buildings including a kitchen. Each room had either a chapel or Catholic icons to help remind all of Christ the Savior. The Flemish painter, Roger van der Weyden, was commissioned to paint Last Judgment in 1450. This too kept the focus on salvation and judgment. The last patient was cared for here in 1971.
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