La Maison d'Olivier Leflaive
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... I bought a bottle of red wine. I don't usually drink wine but I am making an exception. Last night I got a dirty look from the waiter when I said I didn't want wine. I think the French (and the Italians) get insulted if you don't drink their wine.
We spent a short amount of time walking around the small town. The square had a cute carousel. I went into a candy Store (no surprise) and bought some nougat and a ...
... it happened. JR took a photo they gave him and made a billboard of only his eyes. It was the size of their trailer home. The father said that the night they glued it up he slept peacefully for the first time.
Arrived in Lyon totally exhausted. When we got in, there was no wheelchair waiting. I figured it was just inside the gate or there would be a person there to tell people about connections. Wrong! There was just a sign telling ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... taking in the scenery and comtemplating the tasting experiences ahead. We had pre-arranged two winery visits through Tom Carson (winemaker at Yabby Lake and Heathcote Estate) and his wife. The first was in the village of Chassagne-Montrachet where the predominent grape is C******nay. We sampled a range of wonderful wines at Domaine Bernard Moreau, including premier cru, and soon came to grips with the impact of "terrior" (soil, climate etc). It was ...
... race cars, Hundreds of motorcycles, approx. 70 jet fighters and agricultural machinery kept the guys amused for hours. In Dijon we did a self guided historical street tour following the Owl Trail. Taking 2.5 hours one of the guys read from a tourist information book at the points of interest. A very well preserved town minimally affected by world wars. We enjoyed beautiful restaurants in this area serving delicious, authentic ...