Heading south from Paris (on 15 June), our first stop for the day was Dijon (that of the famous mustard no less). Being Sunday in Europe, and another rainy day, there were few people around when we walked out of the train station. With the tourist office closed, we embarked on our own tour of the town and soon found the very useful little owl arrows on the pavement (although it did try to take us through a construction site at one stage). We also climbed to the top of Tour Philippe-le-Bon (Philip the GoodTower) for 360 degree views of Dijon. The patterned roof tiles that you'll see in the pictures are apparently from Flemish Dukes who lived in the area, though we can't tell you much past that. We finished our tour in the park (look out for the bundy rum bear) and then it was back on the train to Lyon.