Citadines City Centre Grenoble
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... large and small, are situated in Beaune itself. With a rich historical and architectural heritage, Beaune is considered the "Capital of Burgundy wines". It is an ancient and historic town on a plain by the hills of the Côte d'Or, with features remaining from the pre-Roman and Roman eras, through the medieval and renaissance periods and up to recent history and modern times. Beaune is a walled city, with about half of the ...
... la Salle came here to reflect on his life and it was going to be a retreat for us. Stuart was a bit dubious but after arriving you just realise it is a peaceful place. There are four brothers living at the retreat, they cook, clean and look after Pilgrims who come to reflect. Stuart and myself just loved our time ...
This morning we met our group for breakfast after admiring the view. Temperature is 1 degree, fine and very crisp! We are going for a walk on one of the Alps and will meet up with our group mid morning to go to Corps, a little village that Mélanie and Max came ...
... meal we had, amazing value and the staff were excellent. We had the 21.90 euro menu, this included 3 courses and 1/2 litre of wine each and there was plenty to eat as well as being very tasty.Another eve with returned the hospitality and Jane and Russell joined us on Sega for a meal, another fun eve together. Yet again high winds set in and we had some very heavy rain, instead of a 3 night stay in La Rochelle it became a 5 night stay. One day ...
... just a 23 mile up and down. Nobody in our group wanted to do that. So we rode Lauteret again to Briancon and up Col de l'Izoard. It is a lesser known climb, but very challenging. We descended back into Briancon where burgers and beer never tasted so good. We are both very proud of what we accomplished on this trip. MP's training paid off, and Mike didn't lose as much strength as he thought during July when he ...