As I've said, traveling with a dog really restricts what you can do. You can't go into museums or very many shops. You can't go into churches, unless one person stays outside with the animal while the other goes in to look around — that's what we did in the nearby village of Montréal. And you can't just keep the poor dog locked up in the car for hours on end.
This is still Noyers-sur-Serein. That's Walt walking ahead and I'm bringing up the rear, holding Callie's leash. She's pulling me along, trying to keep up with Walt, and I'm trying and more or less succeeding to take photos despite the dog's pulling. She's not really used to be on a leash, since we don't need one for our daily walks in the vineyard.
Here's a different photo of a house that I showed a few days ago. This one also includes the late-15th-century church in Noyers (Notre-Dame). Those cellar door on the front of this old house and many others are evidence that Noyers was once an important wine village. Wine was made and stored in cellars all around the town.