Hotel des ducs
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... a few, we were well served with flight attendants, pilots, bankers, a geologist, a dehydrator, a judge to give us counsel (criminal and civil) and a seasoned radio broadcaster with a golden voice that could give us, “The rest of the story” as he sounds so much like Paul Harvey.
An excellent dinner served, stomachs filled, comments from the ...
... 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, ...
... some parts of the au gratin potatoes and the sausage stuffing for the pork, stuffing the pork and best of all assisting Vicki in mixing up a delicious brownie desert. We did all this early afternoon to the tunes of golden oldies from the 60’s and 70’s with a glass of wine as a “culinary mood altering agent”. ...
... but in gallons. The Caprice staff hastily went into action and declared the room a “toxic waste site” for the evening and sent Sandy and Anne off to a nice hotel in their pajamas. Clean up efforts and repairs started immediately. So sleep we did, with two of our passengers enjoying the comforts of a fine hotel and a sewage system that worked. The "Plumber of Dijon" will visit us ...
We have a ten hour train ride today. We get to drive past Cannes, Marsielle, Avignon (all again) and then check out Lyon, Dijon and Nancy before we get into Metz. It is set to be a long but enjoyable trip and we can't wait. On our way out of Nice we took the tram down a bit further than our train station, near the city centre and walked back up, so we could see everything one last time. We stopped at our new favourite shop too to get a gift. Can't ...