The rich and famous play things.
View of Cannes from The Old Town
Walking down through the narrow streets
We stayed overnight at The Chateau de Rigny, it was like going back in time.
We did a walking tour of Dijon and visited the Mustard Museum. We stayed overnight at the Chapeau Rouge Hotel. The next day we drove to Montrachet.
We stayed here for 2 nights and spent the days visiting many wineries. Then we continued on to Beaune. Where we visited the Hospices called Hotel Dieu, which is museum of a hospital for paupers. It is a 15th century Gothic masterpiece. Then we drove onto St Mammes to board the barge.
The barge company also have a small coach which takes us into nearby towns. After exploring St Mammes we went to Moret sur Loing famous for being the home of many famous artists. We watched them at work and then returned to the barge.
The Rambler, the main street in Barcelona
The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.
colourful street scene in Hondarribia
Pousada De Santa Marinha at Guimaraes in Portugal
Avilla a medievil walled city in Spain
It was raining in Madrid so no pics but we visited 3 major art galleries. The history in Spain and Portugal is mind blowing. We loved Portugal and its people and it was another great adventure before dementia.