Travel Blogs from Dijon, France

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Dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

Dijon

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... indefinitely. So we hunted down the headquarters of the makers of grey poupon just to say we were there. The saving grace for Dijon (on Tuesdays anyway) is the shopping. They have a massive market that seems to go on for ever mainly selling produce, ...

R&R, Dijon, France travel blog

R&R

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

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... to Bern tomorrow morning. But as always, I'll end this entry with a few observations from here in Dijon. Well, some are from Dijon, others from France in general. As it's our final entry from France we'll also be including a sort of synopsis of our trip ...

Rain Rain go away, Dijon, France travel blog

Rain Rain go away

A travel blog entry by jag

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... be unfortunately remembered for the rain, which constantly had us seeking shelter within the tent. An idealic train ride along the lake into Dijon was the last time the sun was to be seen. The town of Dijon was very small and had a very medieval feel ...

Arrival at Dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

Arrival at Dijon

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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No mechanical or weather problems.....nothing beats a good plan. And just like that, here we are, ready for dinner in Dijon! (I think the map is blurry because this is an active military ...

still in dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

still in dijon

A travel blog entry by collanya

... neither of us were able to see all of the exhibits, but what I did see was really fascinating. I would definetly recommend Dijon to everyone. The transportation in the city is free on certain buses, and its great for tourists, because it allows you ...

Easter Weekend, Dijon, France travel blog

Easter Weekend

A travel blog entry by koreywhite

... 8217;t forget the queen Vanille (1 of 3 dogs at lunch)! 7-CHATEAUNEUF, with the Label “one of the prettiest village of France. The Christ on the Cross. Closed castle and little chapel. Wainting for lost Josh. Below the village we cross the CANAL DE ...

Field Trip and Fete de la Musique, Dijon, France travel blog

Field Trip and Fete de la Musique

A travel blog entry by guilerkj

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Hi everyone, Just a quick note about our last field trip and Fete de la Musique. Yesterday, we had our last morning of classes and then hopped on a bus to visit 2 Medieval Chateaux. Both of them were pretty simple, but then again, when is a chateau ...

Land of the Renaissance to the capital of Moustard, Dijon, France travel blog

Land of the Renaissance to the capital of Moustard

A travel blog entry by collanya

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Greetings from the land of moustard! I had no idea how beautiful Dijon would be, and was pleasantly surprised when we left the train station at 6 a.m. this morning. It is such a great change of pace coming from Italy, to this quaint town. To kill time ...

Au Revoir, Dijon!, Dijon, France travel blog

Au Revoir, Dijon!

A travel blog entry by guilerkj

... . What fun! After our little laundry escapade, we went into Dijon to buy some mustard...I certainly couldn't leave here without any Dijon Mustard, could I? Now, I'm off to pack up and get some ice cream! I leave for Paris bright and early in the ...

The Jorney to France, Dijon, France travel blog

The Jorney to France

A travel blog entry by tmcclurg

... was very excited to meet young people who spoke English. She helped us navigate to our hotel and then took us around the town. Dijon is packed with interesting buildings, it definitely would of taken a couple of days to explore fully. We saw a ...

First rail journey of many, Dijon, France travel blog

First rail journey of many

A travel blog entry by alexcooper

... gold trim on the balconies. We saw a few churches and cathedrals as well and as you would expect. These were interesting as Dijon is a very medieval looking town but a few of the cathedrals had gothic additions made to them in later centuries and in some ...

Day in Dijon and more adventures!, Dijon, France travel blog

Day in Dijon and more adventures!

A travel blog entry by zoe.belyavsky

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... polar bear obsession came from we were struggling so much to try and make some sort of connection between an arctic animal and Dijon, France... It just seems so random! Also, another bizarre piece of public artwork important to note was a huge white tree ...

This is the life!, Dijon, France travel blog

This is the life!

A travel blog entry by kelseyhubble

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Oh Dijon.  What a funny little town it is.  My experience here in France has certainly been unforgettable and my heart frowns when I am reminded of how little time I have left here.  There are certainly things I miss (warm cars, rain boots, ...

dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

dijon

A travel blog entry by restless

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three more rides from luxembugh and we get into a petrol station where we got ...

Dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

Dijon

A travel blog entry by sianeth

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Yet another delightful hostel featuring a vast array of mould clinging to the walls! Mmm, France. Three nights was probably two too long in this hostel and this city. A small place with little to see apart from the cobbled streets and shops of ...

Mustard Anyone?, Dijon, France travel blog

Mustard Anyone?

A travel blog entry by dfdippel

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Pardon me, do you have any... First, let me address what you are all thinking. No, we did not buy, eat, or do anything else with mustard. We did take a tour of the wine fields of Burgundy and heard more than I care to remember about the ...

Dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

Dijon

A travel blog entry by kelseyhubble

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... Wonderland says, "Start at the beginning and when you get to the end, Stop."  So I'll try that.  I'm in Dijon, France for the semester finishing my business degree.  Dijon is the capitol of the Burgundy (Bourgogne) region of ...

Old City Blues, or, Running Away To The Circus, Dijon, France travel blog

Old City Blues, or, Running Away To The Circus

A travel blog entry by joshnadeau

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... is in the old city. Churches in old Europe usually elicit excitement - however once we get deep into the sandstone heart of Dijon the feeling quickly turns to horror. Narrow side streets. Predominately one-way. Buildings tall enough to efface all sign of ...

Mes Cours, Dijon, France travel blog

Mes Cours

A travel blog entry by guilerkj

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Bonjour, I hope everyone at home is doing well. Things are picking up over here, now that classes have started. In general, I have class every morning from 9-12, and a class from 3:30-5ish on Mondays and Tuesday. I'm taking French Civ and also ...

Sisters in Dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

Sisters in Dijon

A travel blog entry by kelseyhubble

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... nbsp; So unfortunately, she arrived about 7 hours late.  But we had some nice dinners, relaxed, I showed her a bit of Dijon, we visited a church that I hadnt been to yet which was a lovely little find.  Saturday night was Homecoming back in ...

Dijon update, Dijon, France travel blog

Dijon update

A travel blog entry by awn~lmf

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... all are lovely.  Lots of them have wood or stone carved faces, and the cathedral of Notre Dame is covered in gargoyles!  After Dijon, we plan to head toward Cholet to catch the Tour's time trial there. Not sure if we will be able to do a ...

La Vie Francaise!, Dijon, France travel blog

La Vie Francaise!

A travel blog entry by guilerkj

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... film Marie-Antoinette, which seemed very fitting. The movie was pretty interesting if you're interested in the life and times of France's famous queen. I really enjoyed it, but some of our fellow students didn't care too much for it. After the movie ...

Dijon, France, Dijon, France travel blog

Dijon, France

A travel blog entry by ryanlacey

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... day we packed in a lot. We started with a great museum in the Palace De Ducs which is considered one of the best museums in France outside of the Louvre. Then, due to the fact that it was a Sunday, we headed where all the locals gathered during the ...

From the Loire via Dijon and the Jura to Genève, Dijon, The Jura, Gex, France travel blog

From the Loire via Dijon and the Jura to Genève

A travel blog entry by jnewcomb

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... ? How do you keep dry? See above! Heading through the misty Jura Job well done, my very competent bike mechanic France, Swiss border crossing. View from the top of 'Col de la Givrine', looking out over Switzerland The valley ...

This Week in France..., Dijon/Vezelay, France travel blog

This Week in France...

A travel blog entry by guilerkj

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... Wednesday and c'est tout! I'm planning on heading to Paris early that Friday morning to pick up Mom. This was a fun week in Dijon...On Wednesday, Courtney and I went to the "beach" which is really a bunch of sand that has been hauled in to make a ...

Chateaux, cathedrals, countryside and stuff, Dijon, France travel blog

Chateaux, cathedrals, countryside and stuff

A travel blog entry by aliandcam

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... knows what they are called, please tell me...(i'll add photos of them next time). - Lyon, the 2nd largest city in France, which had a cool atmosphere, especially the old part of the city with lots of outdoor cafes and cool little winding streets. ...

Dijon, Dijon, France travel blog

Dijon

A travel blog entry by shareddi

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have not yet found the time to blog ...

Just a stop... haven't even tried Dijon mustard!, Dijon, France travel blog

Just a stop... haven't even tried Dijon mustard!

A travel blog entry by sasha0001

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Jour 48 : Troubles de vision, Dijon, France travel blog

Jour 48 : Troubles de vision

A travel blog entry by travellingjon

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... de minutes plus tard, je suis à ma chambre. C'est une soirée relax qui m'attend, question de me reposer un peu les yeux, et me préparer pour ma dernière vraie journée de touriste demain. Au menu, Dijon en profondeur, et appel important à la ...

Hi Everyone, Dijon, France travel blog

Hi Everyone

A travel blog entry by guilerkj

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... a cyber cafe. I should have the web on wedneday, so i will post pics plus enteries from the past few days then. For now, dijon is beautiful, classes are going well, and in having a good time. This keyboard is different and hard to use so ill write more ...

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