Quality Hotel Du Nord
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... Brulee and Molten Lava Cake- also made by Sylvie. Yum - my!
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An aside here about our visit to Sylvie and Cedric’s place- Joni wanted to bring a small gift to them for having us to their home. We decided on some chocolate and located a new chocolatier’s shop in the neighboring town of Pommard. Now, for those of you who do not know me well [and really, whose problem is that, anyway?] I am a ...
... work, it tells me to “patientez” (be patient). That is good advice in France, whether in a store or driving behind a tractor. With my nemesis, the clothes washing machine (oh, how I had hoped it would have been replaced this time!), I wait 90 minutes for the load to be done. But wait – there’s more! Then I have to turn the dial to the spin cycle, and it will then spin. Unless I have accidently pressed the button ...
Helen and John were as usual very attentive to me as they seem to be to all their many visitors. It is clear they love Burgundy and all its attractions and particularly the wine. The fact the Pocheron family, their landlords, have not just befriended them but almost adopted them makes it all the more enjoyable. The Pocherons have been exceptionally good to them, and Helen and John value this relationship enormously and very much ...
... and caught the tram into the city (we are right near a tram stop, and about 20 minute trip – tram ticket only cost us around 6 euro for unlimited travel for 48 hours). They have an amazing transport system with 2 trams (north-south and east-west) supported by an extensive bus system. Don't know how regularly buses go, but our tram is every 7 or 8 minutes. And the population is only around 170,000. Why oh why cant cities like Adelaide come even close to ...
... and it makes me wonder who had the idea to build them! But not enough to look it up on wiki! Anyway a lovely stroll down to the locks and a picnic lunch. Another beautiful day.
Mr S and I spend most of the day laughing - at each other, ourselves and sometimes other people! Over the last couple of weeks Mr S has had some language barriers - but only when it comes to food! I have mentioned the pig intestines incident, but he has also had a ...