Minotel de la Cloche

40-42, place Madeleine, Beaune, Burgundy, 21200, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 40-42, place Madeleine, Beaune, is near Musee de l'Hotel-Dieu, Hospices de Beaune, Pommard, and Maison Louis Jadot.
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Travel Blogs from Beaune

Historical Burgundy

A travel blog entry by time-traveller on Aug 06, 2014

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We were bussed into Tournus for our walking tour as our ship was still being repaired from its previous bingle. Tournus was an old walled town, as most of them are, and it's main attraction was St Philibert Abbey. A Romanesque church, it was built between the 10th and 12th centuries and contained a quite large crypt originally used as ...

Burgundy-Is this real life?

A travel blog entry by emily.emiley on Aug 05, 2014

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... anise is like Kryptonite to Mark and me. But the town was super-cute nonetheless. In the earlier MuseoParc, we got to watch LARPers acting out some of the battle tactics of the Gauls and Romans in excruciatingly slow motion, and on an indoor tumbling mat since the outdoor exhibit was cancelled due to rain. Yes, the rains followed us here. It poured for a good hour or two while we were at the museum and the Abbaye, but by the time we ...

Beautiful Beaune, home of Burgundy

A travel blog entry by time-traveller on Aug 05, 2014

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... having checked out of our B&B we met up with our second cruise group who were on excursion in Beaune, very conveniently for us. So we joined their wine tour in one of the underground cellars, something we had not yet done. Then we drove a short distance to Chalon sur Saone to board our ship. There we discovered that our ship, ironically named Serenity, had hit a bridge pylon on its previous ...

Sojourn amongst the vines

A travel blog entry by themaggiej on May 18, 2014

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... the sick, elderly, disabled and needy. The last sick person left the Hospice in 1983. The institution today is one of the best and oldest example of historical, philanthropic, and wine-producing heritage, and has become linked with the economic and cultural life of Burgundy.


An interesting story that we heard from the wine tour was that the vigneron of that vineyard during the Second World War was the leader of the resistance and when ...

Another Norman May Day

A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 11, 2014

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... within the area. The outlets are called Caves du vins. In some places more than one company get together and promote maybe a particular town and their areas wines. Anyway, back to our little nugget at Pommard. We go into one of these caves and start chatting with the lady Daphine who has been working this cave du vin for 12 local estate owners for 14 years, always a bonus for us is if their English is better than average by French standards. Our lucky streak ...