Les Portails Bleus

Address: La Goulette, Macon, Burgundy, 71260, France | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on La Goulette, Macon, is near Ancienne Abbaye de Cluny.
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    Travel Blogs from Macon

    Finally finally underway

    A travel blog entry by seabug on Jul 12, 2015

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... set off but only got as far as Gigny, about 15k up the Soane river and the shaft bearing played up. And as we all know, every good sailor requires a sturdy shaft bearing. We were stuck, up creek, without a bearing. We managed to secure a tow from the Capitaine of Gigny marina,and returned, tied up along side another boat, back to Pont de Vaux for repairs. After 5 weeks out from the start of our adventure we were still where we started from. Pont de ...

    MONTCEAU LES MINES TO CHALON SUR SOANE

    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 20, 2015

    6 photos

    ... was even a triple lock at the town of Ecuisse, so the water dropped about 20 meters very quickly. There were huge drops from the top of the lock to the lower level. Some as much as 6 metres. After finding our hotel, very quickly, due to our new system, we were a bit disappointed with its appearance. But as we have learned, you can not judge a hotel by its facade, as the rooms are really modern, there is a kettle (first one so far), a bath, easy ...

    DIGOIN TO MONTCEAU LES MINES

    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 19, 2015

    7 photos

    ... it, with lovely gardens right along each bank. There was a market with lots of fresh food stalls, as well as clothes and odds and ends. A number of stalls had beautiful fresh fruit, the size and taste of the cherries unbelievable, as well as cheese stalls, cold meats, and breads and pastries. There were also two vans set up with the sides open with racks and racks of rotisserie chickens and other meats roasting. Unfortunately it was only 8.30 am, so ...

    Day 4, St Amour-Bellevue to Cluny

    A travel blog entry by barbara.goodall on Jun 11, 2015

    3 photos

    ... entered a 3 km tunnel. Well lit but no sign of the bats they warned us about. Arrived at Cluny at midday in 33 deg. The largest monastery in the western world, dating from 11th century, but ransacked in the French Revolution. Lunch in a local cafe, followed by a walk around the old town and monastery. A very old town, almost provincial on ...

    Beam of light from above

    A travel blog entry by 2up-t-2012 on Jun 19, 2012

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... a large display of hotels showed up (the beam of light) spotted le promenade hotel. girls got off. booked the room and parked up in the parking area where directed by the hotel staff.1 ticket didn't work and when staff confronted did the typical french talk of "no comprendes" - will have to see in the morning whether the pre paid tickets worked or not!!!! had fabulous tea -- I with proper steak. W ...