Premiere Classe Dijon Marsannay-la-Cote
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... leaving that they seemed to catchup just as our coach was leaving, a little late though. We then had a couple of hours drive to Avignon, the home of the papacy during the 13th century. As we arrived we saw the Pont d' Avignon, a bridge that fell down halfway across and was never rebuilt. We walked up to the top of Avignon and saw the papal palace, the church, and the papal finance building. We continued for another 70 metres and were set free to look around, shop and ...
... weeks of sun, cheese, baguettes, pate, wine, and all things French. We travel down to the South of France in 2 weeks to visit my Italian cousin (who has 2 girls (more girls!!) ages 3 1/2 and 18 months) who are holidaying near Arles (where Van Gogh lived and painted his famous 'Cafe at Night') and my Aunt who lives near Uzes a really pretty French town not far from Arles.
and so, that's all for now. Keep well. Xxx
... de Vougeot, also known as Clos Vougeot, is a wall-enclosed vineyard, a clos, in the Burgundy wine region, and an Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) for red wine from this vineyard. It was named for the River Vouge, which is in fact only a stream separating the village Vougeot from Chambolle-Musigny. At 50.6 hectares (125 acres), Clos de Vougeot is the largest single vineyard in Côte de Nuits entitled to the grand cru designation, while Corton in ...
... ended up using a Fondue pot to keep it warm. (When in France…) Joni made Mexican chicken and rice, taco meat (beef, not horse or tongue), and guacamole.
That evening, Jim Tanner was the first to arrive. We have written some about him in the past in our blog. He is a Minnesotan from Brainerd who moved lock, stock-and-barrel to France ten years ago. For much of that time, he co-owned a business in a nearby community. He sold ...
... like a low traffic street. It was about 3 in the afternoon and I saw 2 cars in the next 20 minutes. I wandered past houses, some with a bit of field attached, one with a stable and working yard, most with gardens with pretty flowers, and finally passed the stade. A full size soccer pitch, 2 goals, fence around, 2 very simple little team dugouts with corrugated tin roofs, no stands or sitting area - and the fence around the the playing ...