Novotel Dijon Sud
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the list, drying them will be difficult as the rack is quite small but we are improvising!
Parking is great here - you can park for free up until 2pm then you must pay but if you haven't paid and leave your lights on the parking warden will know you are only there for a few moments and won't give you a ticket - wouldn't this be nice.
... 400 miles. Not a bargain after all. I've got a new French SIM card and although I've got loads of 3G, I can't make any calls or texts. I'll work on that in the next few days. My number is +33 780525796 if anyone is missing me. Well we arrived at our digs near a town called Dole, to the east of Dijon at about 4 pm. Dole is famous for being the birthplace of Louis Pasteur. The b & b is really jolie and we were ...
... break the bank credit card receipt for the parking in Louisville, we had the short drive to see the grandchildren. The first words out of Jacobs mouth when he hugged me at the door was, “Papa can I play with your IPad”. So much for travel curiosity. Jacob and Elise have those “travel genes”. They will grow into it.
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... of the tires on the towel. I tepidly lifted it up, hoping against all hope that a flattened corpse of bat juice wouldn’t tumble out. No body. He made it. I sneaked back in with the towel, and washed it best I could, making a mental note to fold it in such away that when I put it into Thierry’s mom’s laundry basket I should place it with the clean side up. We survived. And so did Mister Bat. We’ll always remember him, and never forget that night. ...
... and set out in the weather for 2 - 4 years. When cured, they get shaped and hammered into place. Open fires inside the partially formed barrels help the cooper bend the wood. Surprisingly, the short slats that make up the top and bottom are not glued together. They are tongue and grooved and pressed very tightly together to make the lids.
Romain and I are shown here standing in front of a stack ...