Hotel de la Paix
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... trip. If you get a chance to hop on a small barge in the heart of Burgundy, do it. We are home in Kentucky but ready for another barge trip. Thank you Caprice staff; Suzanne, Lotte, Ruth, Donald, Fred, Guilliam and Vicki. You made a great week for us. And I met my objective. It was only a 3 pound week. Mary is sticking by her claim of 0.
Happy travels to all our ...
... autumn tones. D knows a little about the special wines grown here, Pinot and c******nay grapes only making either a white or a red burgundy wine. M loves the quaint old villages - drive between the rows of houses on narrow roads, with surprises at each turn. Always a church and steeple at their centre, and most houses open straight onto the those narrow little streets. Impossible to capture all on film. ...
... unusually high, with water coming over the lock gates. Not a problem, except when the water is high, the bridges suddenly seem real low. Our last bridge before docking was a low one. Moving slowly through with a lot of doubting onlookers, the barge made it under the bridge without impact. There might have been a couple of inches of clearance. Not much ...
... I know my limitations.
Dinner was served with great reviews from the 20 food critics aboard. The salad topped with the filo wrapped cheese was superb, the sausage stuffed pork was delicious, the au gratin potatoes with loads of butter, cheese and whole cream was worthy of a repeat and “Rod’s Naughty, Nutty ...
... sup>century by Nicolas Rolin, a town benefactor who strongly believed that all of the sick and dying, regardless of financial or social stature. The 'hotel' was a large hospital, with one huge dormitory room that housed all of the sickest, poorest patients. At the end of the room was a chapel behind curtains, which were drawn back daily so the patients could partake in mass. There were nuns who nursed the sick and dying, and did all of the ...