Les Violettes

Address: 6, rue Hyppolite Ribiere, Auxerre, Burgundy, 89000, France | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 6, rue Hyppolite Ribiere, Auxerre, is near Cathedrale St-Etienne and Amanoa.
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Travel Blogs from Auxerre

Cheating a bit.

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Nov 01, 2014

19 photos

... we thought and the farmers had been lifting sugar beet so the track was covered in mud.
It was almost dusk when we got there and very atmospheric. We had been told that the grave of a man called Tandy was there. He was apparently the most decorated private soldier in WW1, but we couldn't find the grave. ( after we got home I found out that ...

Autumn in Autun.......

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 31, 2014

28 photos

... day and the main square was busy and buzzing, with French women filling their big wicker baskets.
The flowers were beautiful, especially the chrysanthemums, which the French grow in pots like cushions with no greenery showing.
We were ...

Arrival in Auxerre

A travel blog entry by lily.meehan on Oct 01, 2014

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... that I felt when on my first train ride to Dijon two years ago. This time, however, I am the teacher not the student which brings its own set of fears. At Holy Cross I did not study education nor did have many opportunities to work with high school students. As a teaching assistant I am relying on my instincts and the fact that I am a native English speaker and the students (and sometimes the official teacher) ...

St Julien du Sault

A travel blog entry by 1954ers.eurovac on Sep 27, 2014

68 photos

Visited the12th-century castle ruins in the town. [The castle which took the name of The Chapel of Vauguillain, was built at the end of the 12th century. There is no trace of previous construction as evidenced by a sarcophagus Roman stone found by a winemaker near the old cemetery in 1850. The enclosure of the castle included the Manor House, the Chapel and a well north of the Chapel.

In the 14th century during ...

Barge on Canal Nivernais

A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 13, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... was full of water, the lock keeper and our boat person would open the gates. We slip the lines, our person jumps back on board and we are off again. Most of the time we were the only boat in the lock. But several times there were two or even three boats, which was quite tight and required a lot of maneuvering and line handling to get enough clearance so forward and rear lock gates could close.

The ladders to get from the boat up to the top of the ...