We set out down the street to shop for some things for breakfast nearby and ate a wonderful three course prix fixe dinner for the amazing price of 18 euro.
Here's our cafe:
sitting on the beautiful semi-circular Place.
As luck would have it, there were a bunch of students there undergoing initiation, crawling through the fountains which spurted from the square. That was fun to watch and made us realize how much these things are the same throughout the world.
THe next morning, we set out walking to view the beautiful old area of DIjon, with its stretches of half-timbered houses.
We nipped into the courtyard of one beautiful old home and saw this doorway existing the courtyard:
We walked down a beautiful pedestrian street lined with nice shops to the station, to get my SIM card topped up at teh Relay store at the station. Once again, the RElay staff knew nothing about this service, despite the people at the airport store saying it could be topped up at any Relay in France. So I dropped in to Orange, the service I was on (though resold through China Telecom if you can believe!!). But alas, their customer service training had been outsourced to Bell Canada or Rogers, so that was futile. I decidedd to break down and buy a whole new SIM card at a Tabac. Well, I bought oe but it did not activate after a half hour, so finally I got a refund after waiting a half hour. Very frustrating.