Novotel Dijon Sud
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Today started in a very disappointing way, as we walked in to have our breakfast we were greeted with many hungry people. We found very little juice, no bread or hot food, very little cereal (many eating on plates and with forks due to no bowls or spoons), and one of our tour party clearing tables so many of us could sit down. Apparently having two groups eating close to each other didn't work, and the hotel didn't cope very well. On the plus side our tour director did say as ...
... clothes, mostly for Stella, to fill up Mark's half empty suitcase before he goes back next week. Suffice to say we did ourselves proud. I hope it will all fit in the suitcase!
3 weeks has whizzed past and it has been glorious and wonderful on so many levels. Mark has one more week before going back to Melbourne for a month and rejoins us in September in time for my brother's wedding. Stella and I have another 3 ...
In the morning, 24 of us headed to the famous and most prestigious vineyards of the Burgundy region of France, the Cote d'Or. 32 of 34 wineries in Burgundy are situated in this region. 2% are top clue. We stopped on the way near the village of Vougeot where we saw one of the vineyard 'tractors' with tyres above the vines to minimise impact on them. At this time of the year, the men in the vineyards were thinning out the bunches of grapes to maximise the taste of the ...
... some taco chips, tortilla shells, and some mild picante sauce. I roamed the store searching for Velveeta cheese with which to make cheese dip. Nada! I finally found some of those synthetic cheddar cheese slices folks use for grilled cheese sandwiches. I bought four packs of those. After spending 3 or 4 hours opening all of the individually wrapped slices, I was able to melt then, add picante sauce and make a hot cheese sauce for ...
... systems of bureaucracy - and the expense. Periodically, Paris tries to do something to simplify the system and cut some of the expense. Typically, the lower levels resist being cut, the regions and departments scream bloody murder for the “historic identities” (and tourist potentials) and nothing much happens in the long run.
Anyway, back to Echenon. I saw a sign for the “stade” (stadium) and followed it, since ...