Inter-Hotel Le Saint Georges
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Neil and Barbara who are driving home to Wales. The trip to Dijon was uneventful. Final goodbyes at the train station with some renting a car for more touring of France, some going to Switzerland for a few days and most boarding the train to Paris to catch our flights to the US
Arriving at the Gare de Lyon train station, Mary, Sandy, Anne and myself had ...
... barge, we met the fiancÚ of one of the passengers of the Fleur de Lys. A beautiful young lady that spoke multiple languages including French. Turns out her birthday was going to be the following day, which just happens to be Mary’s birthday. An indistinguishable age difference but we had to get their photo together.
Evening dinner was once ...
... touring and shopping. Gui, a part owner of the Caprice was our tour guide at the Chateau the day before and was the guide for those who wanted to tour old Dijon city. With a dwindling selection of clean clothes, I chose to do laundry at a Laundromat in the old part of the city. If you want a cultural slice out of a city, share the Laundromat ...
... driving experience (ie: shifting gears on narrow cobblestone roads and scrambling to avoid death). Driving stick was old hat for Justin, but it still took some problem-solving to figure out how to leave the parking garage. He accidentally tried starting in 3rd instead of 1st, and we didn't know how to shift into reverse. We started our trip in the French countryside by heading south from Paris to the Burgundy wine region. After only a few minutes of driving outside the city we ...
... We found out that this was the River Seine. We spoke to the lady who worked in the van and she advised us to stop at La Douix on the way to Dijon to see the 'Source of the Seine’
We are so glad we did as it was really remarkable, the water just comes out of the side of the mountain. There is also a religious statue overlooking the spot and someone had made a giant champagne bottle sitting in the river too. It is a spot people used to make a pilgrimage to bathe in ...