Burgundy’s most famous and most expensive wines originate in the Côte d’Or appellation, a band of vineyards extending from the southern outskirts of Dijon to Santenay. On the east side of this limestone escarpment the vineyards spill down the hillside onto the valley floor. A designated 60-kilometer long road route through the vineyards, the Route des Grands Crus, takes oenophiles (more…)
March 18, 2017
June 24, 2014
The UNESCO World Heritage designated Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew is located along the Thames in southwest London. Pictures of the Victorian-era Palm House, Kew’s iconic structure, certainly draw in many tourists. Seeing the wrought iron and glass enclosed Palm House is worth the visit on its own.