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Visit to Autun – an ancient Roman City
Silhouette, Roger’s barge was in the shipyard in St Jean de Losne. As the repairs were completed, he asked us could we bring him and Elham to St Jean so they could bring the boat back to Chalon. We used … Continue reading
Posted in Chalon sur Saone, People We have Meet on the Gap Year, Places visited Tagged Augustodunum, Autun, Autun Hotel de Ville, Beaune, burgundy, Cathedral St Lazare Autun, Chalon, Church of Notre Dame, Emperor Augustus, Lycée Bonaparte, Morvan Mountains, Porte St.-André and Porte d'Arroux, Romanesque Architecture, Saone-et-Loire department, St Jean de Losne, Temple of Janus, the Amphitheatre in Autun Leave a comment
Our social life in Chalon- is wonderful.
Last Friday our boat neighbour Thierry and his partner Marie Ange invited us to dinner on their boat. What a Burgundy feast!