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... took in a great digestif after dinner called Marc de Beaune, a spirit distilled from local wines.
All said it was a great dinner and even after the conversion it would have cost us less than a dinner at the Keg back home and the food was sooooo much better.
Our last dinner in France was great and I'm sure that all that food will help is sleep well ...
... 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.
There is a supermarket not far from where we are moored, so I follow my usual practice and go for a walk on arising to collect the baguette for lunch. We are now not allowed to shower as Bruce does not know when he will be able to fill up the water tanks. Where he plans to moor in Dijon does not have services and he then has a long run ...
... identified on many French wines. Interestingly appellations started to appear as early as biblical references for such areas as wines of Samaria, or Carmel or Jezreel or Heibon. The wines presented were way out of my price range but it was an educational wine tasting visit.
Boarding the bus, we headed back to Dijon to join the Caprice. Arriving in Dijon with a little daylight ...
... this is as beautiful as some of the rock-top castle towns you see in the travel guides, but since they’re relatively off the beaten path, you really get the chance to stroll around and soak in the place without being run over by other tourists.
The next day we packed our stuff up said a good-byes and headed out with Thierry and his cousins to check out some more local spots before we headed off to Dijon to take the train back. We first ...