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... the way the French provide lovely picnic spots with tables all the way down the motorway.
Our overnight stop was in Beze in Burgundy, a pretty,quaint town with a river running through. The hotel was the 2 star Auberge de Quatre Heuries just opposite the church so easy to find. It is a lovely old building with beams and old fireplaces and has its own restaurant. It also has secure parking in the rear courtyard.Our first task after a long drive was to walk through ...
... came inside for a simple dinner and the hope of an early night.
After a good nights sleep and a big, big retraction as we reintroduced ourselves to Anne who is a lovely, French farm lady who told us all about her home which is very old.
We then went to Dampierre sur Salon and then Gray to get supplies from Aldi including wine and roquefort cheese (a LOT different to Aldi at home!).
In the afternoon I sat under the ...
... terribly confused.
Now relying on high beams and scraps of GPS, we found the village and the landmark church from which we were to follow the instructions - turn right, over a bridge, carry on, turn left up a gravel road with letter boxes for 2.5 kilometers to arrive at a big house on the left. Simple enough.
We saw a bridge, went over it, followed it down and sure enough, there was a gravel ‘road’, no letter boxes but it ...
... a title which i am only to happy to hold!!! So i am now making bread on a nightly basis!
The photos tell the story on their own.....
Its good to be out working in the sun instead of of being at my glasshouse office in London... sorry!
On Thursday we went to Langres for the day and spent a couple of hours wandering around the quiet little town. It reminded me of the Tower of London on a bigger scale - the old town is encased in a wall surrounding it... until ...
... business! i am delighted with myself and promptly accept his offered business card for my uncle :)
the euro star is comfy and uneventful. i fall asleep and wake up thinking we are still in the UK but we are in Paris... whoops! leaving our luggage we stroll off, get lost, eat a baguette and eventually make it up to the basilica (after bad directions from the locals!) which has beautiful views of Paris. http://www.sacre-coeur-montmartre.com/u s/basilique.html