Chateau de Messey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... We tasted four wines. Between each wine they gave us some delicious ham bread to clean our palate. We stopped on the way back to take pictures of the vineyard.
Most of the wineries are still owned by Hospices de Beaune, founded in 1443 as a hospital for the poor and later the rich too. Of course they were segregated. But the beds for the poor were very nice. I wish our emergency rooms looked so good. Nicolas ...
Day 1 March 24 & 25
We went to JFK airport early for 8:15pm flight to Charles De Gaulle airport France. We used the curbside check-in since it wasn't too cold and we didn’t want to drag the bags in. The guy went to print boarding passes and he was having a problem so he went in and had me sit in the wheelchair section. The wait was a little long but we always allow plenty of time. They took someone who had an earlier ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... to play and run around without any hassles. Dave and Jenny prepared the starting of the Beef, so we could eat it for dinner the following night. The next day we decided to go to Cluny to visit the Abbey and the town centre. We were lucky, as it was Saturday, and there was a market on. Jenny and I visited the Abbey while the others looked around the market and the town. It was very interesting, and beautiful. That night, Jenny and Dave finished off the Beef, and we had ...
... the art gallery on the ground floor. Accessed via a huge set of old doors off the street (using huge old keys), you find yourself in a courtyard. Likely one side of the "u" would have been stables for the horses when it was an inn.
The guest quarters are up two flights of exterior stairs into a foyer, a little sitting room, a dining room, a kitchen and two bedrooms with bathrooms at either end. No one ...