La Montagne Gites & Chambres d'Hotes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... When we arrived, the house was warm and very welcoming. It is a lovely two story country house about 0.9 km out of town. That night I cooked up Fajitas for all. The next day was a leisurely day with a jog to start. We then walked into town to look around to get some supplies. We wanted to cook a Beef Bourgeois that my sister had recommended. Communicating in French was an experience for us all, but the locals were very helpful and friendly. The kids had a ball as they ...
After breakfast, depart Paris for the renowned province of Burgundy, one of France's eleven major wine-producing regions. Perhaps more than anything else, France is known for its legendary wine, which is part of the country's heritage and a great source of national pride. Wine has been produced in France for centuries, and in Burgundy there are vineyards nearly ...
The other side, we settled into the 430 mile journey south via Dijon to Macon. We had only picked the town because it had a hotel and Buffalo Grill in close proximity to each other and the motorway. The Ibis Budget hotel was just as expected – clean and boring however the meal was
great and the little bar opposite the hotel filled the rest of the evening, getting us in the holiday mood nicely.
... was the most powerful abbey in all of France and probably all of Europe. When the abbey was founded, the abbot got the Pope to exempt Cluny from being under the control of a bishop. Eventually there were 400 monks at the abbey and there were "sister" abbeys under the auspices of the Abbey at Cluny. Well the Abbey became so wealthy that the monks lost their way in terms of their religious commitment. This was ...
... another gastronomic delight. We return to the boat to partake of an aperitif and traditional after lunch nap only to be woken by a pushy Dutch family telling us to move our boat forward so they and their friends boat could fit into a vacant mooring in front if us. As I was within two metres of the boat at the back, I said in my best French " No" making cross over hand gestures in case he failed to ...