Auberge de Chavannes
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... decided he would include a bit of tongue in the process - the dirty buggar-I wish I had thought of it!! Anyway it was rather fortunate that we had to leave before any further female company came in otherwise I woiuld never have got Dave back to the boat.
That will have to be it for this time folks. Once again we hope you are all well. Our adventure is going along according to plan.
Until next time.
Mark and Ann
... of canola. Exactly what I was looking for! And the sun broke through the clouds at just the right time. It feels nice to photograph something new and unseen before, although it kinda does have a standard feel to it, I wonder if bright blue skies would have made it better or worse... After this I was happy and it was jen's turn... A few wineries or caves could be found, and after stopping in what we thought was one but probably more like someone's house, we had a tasting at one that ...
... and had a wander around the lovely town to refresh our memories. This was one of the towns where we used to bring our visitors to amble around the boutique shops and have a lazy lunch at one of the outside restaurants in the square.
Next stop was the village of Chagny, this was about 20 minutes from where we used to live and the plan was to get out on our bikes and cycle around all the old haunts for old times sake…….unfortunately ...
... in Beaune that had various pizzas, pastas and, yes, even burgers with a French twist. On Tuesday, we went to Chateauneuf to see another medieval castle, to Beaune for shopping and a visit to the famous Hospices de Beaune.
After enjoying some wine in the "backyard" here at the chateau, Joni prepared a wonderful Burgundian meal at home, accompanied by a couple more bottles of vino.
... heat working on getting a pole attached to the boat that will hold the satellite dish, and be able to be raised and lowered when moving about (low bridges abound) and when it gets really windy. It’s a 90 cm dish, which turns out to be larger than our mental pictures of 90 cm.
Wednesday we got the replacement coolant expansion tank for the engine and yesterday Stan put it on with no real problems. That was one of the repairs we ...