Le Moulin Noye
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... very businesslike young people who are obviously in a great rush andgo throughh their rules and regulations for staying in the apartment."Make sure all the dishes are washed" she says.It seemed such an important thing to her because i remember reading it onthe bookingg website. But... there is no plug in the sink we find after theyleave andd we are able to orientate ourselves so we make do with a jam jar wrappedin plasticc jammed into the plug hole. ...
... a place of natural beauty that words nor pictures can do justice - but we can try.
What is most noticeable are the colours that are so deep and enchanting. The fields are a rich mixture of greens and made to appear more heavenly as the raindrops remain on each stem. The flowers are vibrant and engage both sight and smell encapsulating spring time in the French countryside. The villages scattered throughout the valley are warm and ...
... rolling farmland, raging rivers, the whole bit, and all of it stunning.
1 vote - Food. I reckon food has got a lot of votes during our trip, and while much of the time we ate on our camp stove, when we ventured out to the luxury of a restaurant we ate well. Duck, steak, seafood, good (and cheap) wine, cheese. Gabriel Gate would've been in his element.
WOG - French public toilets, which have no seat, just a bowl and a lid. And French drivers are pretty stupid too.
... me their pains physically and mentally. I take care of many blisters, severe wounds to the flesh, tendonitis, muscles aches on shoulders and legs, knee problems and much more. They cry in my arms from pain and joy, just being there with a open heart and listing ear. Totally strangers become my brother and sister. I thank God for all the healing, good, happiness and light I can bring. I sing my songs down the road and ...
... dog that was just walking around the bar and falling asleep everywhere!
The next day we decided to go to Beaune. This was a half hour train ride out of Dijon and is the main wine producing town of burgundy region. The town is really nice, a small old town with a historical hotel/hospital built in 1443- we did a tour through that which was quite interesting. Then we went on a wine tasting tour of one of the main wineries. This was an ...