Premiere Classe Chalon sur Saone
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... the Nth degree.
All we had to do was open the door to the Appellation CHOCOLAT shop and the smell of chocolate smacked us in the face. And, it was loaded with free samples. Needless to say, we bought more chocolate than just the small dessert we were going to bring as a gift. Shop owner Béatrice explained to us that almost all of the tasty treats are made on the premises by her husband, Michel. A window to his kitchen ...
... as a Brie) cheese and one slightly firmer cheese. However, it can include a bleu cheese, or two soft cheeses, or more. Sometimes a plate with the three or four cheeses is brought to you to eat from. Sometimes an entire tray of various cheeses comes to the table, and you just help yourself to the ones you want.
Dogs and children are much better behaved here, in our opinion. Dogs are in restaurants and you don’t realize ...
... vineyards. My stay went quickly, but not quick enough for me not to experience a bout or two of depression which descended without warning. At these times it felt really strange, empty, hollow and surreal being here exactly one year later without Cate by my side.
But my hosts fully understood my plight and put themselves out to keep me as fully occupied as possible with the result my five days in and around Nolay were very ...
... lived in an even bigger house next door and told us the property was built in 1730. 1730!!!! We slept in a house that is nearly 300 years old!! Incredible!
We had a very lazy morning on Thursday. We all slept in until nearly 9am and the boys played on the swings in the yard while we all ate breakfast. At about 11:30 we decided to go for a drive to Beaune for lunch. It is in the heart of the Burgundy region, and had more ...
Tornuse is a great little old town. The Halte Fluvial there is a long Pontoon with free water and power right off the town centre. Stay for three days free. after that you leave the pontoon and return for another three as the ex whiskey truck driver on the next boat told me. He is wintering over there. He is french and used to take Vermouth from Paris to Southampton england then drive up to Glasgow scotland to pick up whiskey to take back to Paris. He ...