Chateau de Chailly
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau de Chailly Pouilly-en-Auxois
What a great relaxing stay in a fantastic chateau.
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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! ...
... Dijon. The campsite was along side a lake. There was a small beach and lots of people swimming. It was so hot I thought fantastique ( so very French of me). We got changed into our togs, did I mention in France the men don't wear board shorts but tight swimming trunks so we had bought Pete a pair. When we got to the little beach there were two men raking the ...
... a great time driving out along the vineyards while Stephen told us all about the wines we were going to be tasting. He spent quite a bit of time explaining the wine labels to us. There are so many different wineries (ie thousands) that you need a way of working out where things are from, who made it and have an idea on whether you are going to like it before you purchase the bottle! I won't go into detail (mainly cos I don't ...
... its short foremast in front of the passengers’ sundeck.
Below decks the barge was compact, with a cosily furnished saloon and rather more basic cabins – about 5 square metres including en suite, just room enough for two bunks set at right angles and space underneath them to stow luggage. They had small sliding windows but no fan for ventilation on the warm summer nights. Apart from a few hooks behind the doors for hanging coats or towels, there was nowhere to ...
... amazing, but then they all are". Beautiful old buildings, flowers, narrow streets and wineries everywhere. It is just impossible to stop at every village, so there are some photos from Pommard and Meursault. Meursault has a wonderful town square highlighted by the Hôtel de Ville which has the traditional coloured tiled roof which Sue drew while I wandered around the village – see the photos below of the building and the drawing. We also visited a 15th ...