Inter-Hotel Le Saint Georges
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... set off but only got as far as Gigny, about 15k up the Soane river and the shaft bearing played up. And as we all know, every good sailor requires a sturdy shaft bearing. We were stuck, up creek, without a bearing. We managed to secure a tow from the Capitaine of Gigny marina,and returned, tied up along side another boat, back to Pont de Vaux for repairs. After 5 weeks out from the start of our adventure we were still where we started from. Pont de ...
... got to taste 4 different types of mustard: a green one (with tarragon), a red one (with blackberries), a whole grain (or traditional) and a Dijon. Ben and Jon thought they were OK but Mum and Dad really liked them. After lunch, we went to the park and we played in some fountains. Then we went for a walk through the grape vines and Ben and Jon saw some grapes. The grapes were small and ...
We got to sleep in again and then it was time for a quick Brekkie before packing and leaving our hotel at about 12pm. Took about 30 mins to get to the airport heathrow and then we had ages to wait for our plane to leave. We had some lunch altogether and then boarded the plane about 3.15 and took off about 3.50pm. It was a quick flight to Paris only 50mins and then it was time to get our bags and head to the train. Luckily ...
... forced us to look for a room the old fashioned way: with our eyes. After being turned away by several full B&Bs, we managed to obtain a weak internet connection and used TripAdvisor to locate a lovely, modern suite in Nuits-St-Georges. Around the corner from there we found a charming restaurant on the fountained town square with an outdoor patio that was covered by a 20-ft umbrella. The place was called L'Etoille and served classic Bourgone cuisine. We shared escargot, a ...
... wines before heading home. We were still so full from lunch that we ate some of that lovely cheese and a baguette for dinner. Oh, I forgot to say that when the waitress in the cafe learned we were from NZ she brought over a framed picture of "dog" from footrot flats. It was signed by Murray Ball who had eaten at the cafe and doodled on the tablecloth! She had framed it and later found from other NZers that he was quite famous in ...