Campanile Dijon - Congres - Clemenceau

Address: 16 Avenue Raymond Poincare, Dijon, Burgundy, 21000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 16 Avenue Raymond Poincare, Dijon, is near Lake Matka, Notre Dame, Maison Milliere, and Musée Rude.
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    Travel Blogs from Dijon

    Beaune Day 2

    A travel blog entry by benjon on Jul 09, 2015

    21 photos

    We started our second day in Beaune with a lovely breakfast before going to the Fallot Moutaderie - the mustard factory. At the factory, Ben saw a stone mustard grinder for crushing mustard seeds. Next we got to make our own mustard by crushing mustard seeds with salt and verjus (which Ben thought smelt like vinegar) in a mortar and pestle. The tour guide said Mummy's mixture was excellent! ...

    Would you like mustard with that?

    A travel blog entry by suepeter on Jul 08, 2015

    12 photos

    After a small blip, of Peter having a grumpy day and finally admitting to being a little bit over it and feeling homesick, we are back on track. I feel guilty as he has been doing all the driving but I have offered to try. All too quickly he said no, I think the thought of me driving Frankie was an even scarier prospect.
    We made our way down France to the ...

    Chambery - Lyon - Dijon

    A travel blog entry by josieinfrance on May 14, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... ruins. Lyon is an Enesco Site because of their ruins. It has 60 Km of passage ways through the city called "Traboules". When we drove back down to the city, Rajia took us on a walking tour through the city and into a few of these passage ways. They often open unexpectedly into flower-ringed courtyards. During WW II, the French Resistance used these “Traboules” to aid them secretly because the Nazi's had ...

    Finding Mr. Mustard in Dijon

    A travel blog entry by ukcat on Oct 17, 2014

    38 photos

    ... You have to be ready at the door in Dijon or your next stop will be Lausanne.

    The train ride was fantastic. Oh how I wish we had trains like that in the US. Dijon, 180 miles from Paris, was a little over 1 hours in transit. Speeding along the beautiful French countryside at 180 mph with a ride that would challenge any luxury car in quiet and smoothness was a joy. No ...

    Dijon - Not so hot, but very very tasty.

    A travel blog entry by mitchandsam on Sep 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... of finely chopped capers, olives, tomato, and a few other things (I can't recall exactly) with olive oil and a light vinegar. It was amazing – I was uncertain what to expect as sardines can be quite over the top in fishy taste, but these were so gentle and delicate and the presentation was beautiful (I have used that word a lot on this trip).

    Sam had escargot – I will leave that for her to review. I thought they tasted reasonably ok, but was ...