Chateau de Chailly
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What a great relaxing stay in a fantastic chateau.
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... what happened to the first.
The Duke of Burgundy was generous with his newly state appropriated property and gave the fortress to his advisor. Whoever thought it would be beneficial to be in politics? The Chateau went through various hands until 1936 when Chateauneuf and the village were declared a protected historical monument. Meticulously restored ...
Ricky Bobby does the "Canal Two Step" Wednesday – 10/22/2014
Up and off the barge after breakfast, we board the bus for a trip to Beaune (pronounced Bon). Gui, a partner in the ownership of the barge, is our guide. He is one of the pioneers of developing the tourist barges in France in the 60's and has an extraordinary knowledge of everything ...
... desire for a longer career as a matelot. Although I grew up in a family plumbing business that provided ample experience in cleaning clogged, aromatic pipes, I felt others should learn this trade. This was one Caprice experience I was going to leave to the staff.
All of the Caprice guests, except for myself, walked into Dijon's old ...
... advertised times of being shut included New Year's Day but did not mention the 31st! Having driven quite a way to get there we felt let down. The village was worth a stroll around (although everything was shut up for winter) and we found a walk to a small chapel in the woods. Again we were disappointed as the chapel was also locked. It was only tiny and we peered through a grill in the door and were just able to make out a statue of Mary ...
... contrast with the slate tiles of the hospice which were replaced in 1911 and then again in 2007 -2009. The hospice had 28 curtained beds, (14 on each side), placed just away from the wall so that the doctor and sister could open the curtains and treat each patient privately. The middle, now bare, housed the dining table for those able to leave their beds to eat. There was a chapel at the end - apparently prayer played a big part in medieval medicine! The ...