Premiere Classe Dijon Marsannay-la-Cote
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I figured that while Alyssa was busy typing away at a serious blog entry that I would update you on the feast that we just took on.
Four course dinner? That won't be too much... Or so I thought. I started off my meal with the most gourmet salad that I've ever had placed in front of me. Goat cheese, tomatoes, fancy lettuce and a mustard vinaigrette made it ...
... in Belgium! Eeks!
Lastly, even though I felt slightly inconvenienced about nothing being open, I understand the importance of Armistice Day (and Remembrance Day back home). Especially after being at Juno beach only a few days ago. The Europe Josh and I are enjoying right now would never be the same if not for the sacrifices made by the men and women who served.
We will remember them.
... music festival taking place with barrel organs and fair organs on every street corner,quite surreal with tinny music merging into. each other as we strolled the streets . Then it was off to IKEA to get some household goods for the new flat. After some tea and putting together some simple furniture it was time for dinner. a simple but delicious meal in a restaurant tucked away in the old ...
... girl. A good way to start your ?? year.
Off the barge to catch the” little Caprice bus”, headed to Chateauneuf. How many times can I say it, but the countryside is lush. It is like parts of Oregon or Washington where temps are moderate and rain is frequent. The grass loves it. Not sure if this is the norm for this region or if we have hit ...
... special area of France, we drove to Citeaux Abbey, founded in 1098. The monks here belong to the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, which in lay terms translates to mean they speak little and are dedicated to prayer, contemplation and hard work. They rise at 3:45 each morning to begin the first of seven periods of prayer and psalm singing and then work throughout the day. The only product ...