No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Balladins Avermes
Travel Blogs from Avermes
... off the path, that scattered when we rode past. Our approach into Digoin was again across a canal bridge. These are truly amazing to see. A bridge 15 mts above the river, but with water flowing through it. We rode along the footpath on the side of it, as a tour boat laden with the lunch crowd, crossed beside us. It was built in 1834, it's 243 mts long, 2.3 mts deep and 6.0 mts wide. It's lit of a night time, but we doubt if we can ...
... as well eat them. Dinner does smell quite delicious though. They also sell wine and beer, so John's happy. There is a communal kitchen, and plenty of tables, both inside and out. As its a beautiful evening, we are going to prepare and eat our gourmet delight outside. Today we rode 76 kms, with a bit of a head wind, tomorrow we ride to Dijon, like the mustard. Weather forecast is for more of the same sunny weather. Tonight we stayed in a Chambre d'Hote, Domaine du ...
... to the others we have seen. The shopping areas are cobblestone malls, similar to the other towns we have visited. There is a blue line painted on the footpath, that if you follow it, it takes you all around the historic sights. As yet we have not decided how far or where we are headed tomorrow, but after 85 kms today, I'm looking for something a bit shorter. Believe me, we have no trouble sleeping. Tonight's easy to find hotel was Hotel Villa Du ...
We have had extremely bad internet connectivity the entire trip, therefore we have not been able to make postings of our trip. Plus, we have had such long & busy days there really hasn't been much time to work on it. Most likely, this will have to wait until we are home.
Sorry for those who have been trying to follow our ...
... on Mondays. And a huge shopping centre just outside the town. Our next stop was La Canourge. A wonderful medieval town. It almost smelt of Knights in armour and swords and lances. We have now moved on to Roquefort. Will be sampling some cheese! It was a dark damp tour of the caves and we had steps up and down and at the end, we had to walk up the steps to the top of ...