Château Hôtel Restaurant Sainte-Sabine
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... fairy floss! Next we went to another wine cellar - the Marche aux vins. Mum and Dad got to try some great wines in the cellar. We then went back to the hotel and had dinner. Ben and Jon were looked after by a babysitter called Edouard while Mummy and Daddy went out to dinner at a restaurant called Caveau des Arches where they had dinner in a cellar. We all enjoyed our stay in Beaune very ...
... to the iPhone) later we got back to camp.
The next day rather slowly we walked into town. This only took 20 mins and we were rewarded with a charming quintessential French city filled with medieval, gothic and Renaissance buildings and elegant squares. Dijon is famous for its Dijon mustard and the historical center of the city is UNESCO World Heritage listed. ...
... helped with the harvest for the Chateau de la Velle once when she first came to Burgundy. After thanking her profusely, we asked for one of her cards so we could get in touch again in the future. I kid you not- Her full name is…Jane Eyre!
Cindy, Lowell, Joni and I enjoyed a nice dinner in Beaune, some more wine and socializing. It was great to catch up on our various kids and in general get ...
... search for alternatives. Bus – no, taxi – too far €200+ had we found one and then John suggested we hire a car and he would drive. We found out we needed a bank letter and utility bill with addresses on, and we did have them (Thanks Tony for sending them and Margaret for bringing them). We could supply the deposit but the last thing which John didn’t have was the paper version of ...
... that avoided busy roads most of the time. But there are inevitably compromises in group travel, a desire to keep the group together and limit spontaneous diversion, and we had fewer photo stops than we would have done travelling independently. A self-guided cycle tour on a pre-arranged itinerary provides relatively more freedom and flexibility than a group tour if you’re confident about how to fix a bike if problems arise, and are not phased about getting lost or temporarily ...