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... than the grape variety as wine from the same grape variety can vary so much from region to region. The vineyards in Burgundy have been here since the Roman times and by the 12th century it was further developed by the Benedictine Monks as they were the land owners at that time. They also invented Chablis by planting white C******nay. Today in Burgundy there are 103 appellations and are mostly small family held vineyard estates. The region is ...
... ceiling. I particularly liked the modern stained glass windows in the front part of the building which were installed in the 1950's to replace windows destroyed when the bridge was bombed during WWII. Fortunately we saw the cathedral now because it needs a lot of external restoration and they are just about to erect scaffolding that will stay in place for the next four to five years. We took a mini street train through the streets and up ...
... br> People in this area found a cure for epilepsy in the 16th century-dalium.
Marc Segl had 19 children. The Tour d’France stopped in Tournon.
There is a 400 K bike tour for amateurs. The oldest person to do it was a 102 year old man.
There are 6000 wine growers in this area. 80% of their wine is exported.
The growers plant fruit trees next to the vines so the birds will eat the ...
... for breakfast. Yum. Then a 700m drag to the car, which was still parked where we left it. Drove to the Roman-built aqueduct section at Pont Du Gard. Wow that was seething to see. Last section 300m long; and used to be 52kms. Hard to believe that humans built it, and 2,500 years ago. Then drove in a round about fashion out west, ending in ...
Off to an early start, awoken bright and early by the very chatty (and possibly rather deaf) bus-load of British OAPs on our corridor.