Fasthotel Dijon Nord
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... Mum and I sat down and shared a Moules-frites (mussels and chips) and a salad. Before heading back to the bus for our 4 hour drive to Beaune we looked at some of the shops, and bought some tea towels and postcards. Back onto the bus for a number of hours, which was broken up by watching a movie " The Bucket List ". After a long drive we arrived in Beaune for a free night. A few of us went to the local food court for dinner, with a quick stop at the supermarket for a few ...
... clothes, mostly for Stella, to fill up Mark's half empty suitcase before he goes back next week. Suffice to say we did ourselves proud. I hope it will all fit in the suitcase!
3 weeks has whizzed past and it has been glorious and wonderful on so many levels. Mark has one more week before going back to Melbourne for a month and rejoins us in September in time for my brother's wedding. Stella and I have another 3 ...
... des Ducs, the old stomping grounds of the wealthy, powerful Dukes of Burgundy. The building itself is museum-like, beautiful, with astonishing works of art...paintings, sculptures, artifacts, furniture, manuscripts, extremely impressive! Those Ducs were some rich guys!
The Ducs du Bourgogne's Palais fronts on the large, lovely place de la ...
... the window shut. After they’d gone and we were ready for bed the room felt a little stuffy. At home we’re in the habit of sleeping with the windows open and our threshold to night air and cold air is quite high. So we scoffed about the bee and re-opened the window all the way. And went to bed.
He must have come in at about 2:00 am. Carissa heard him first and told me that something was in the room in a hushed voice. It couldn’t be. ...
... ourselves with a coffee and not one, but two almond croissants! So, with full tummies and armed with maps from the Office of Tourisme, we were ready and rearing to go!
The Burgundy Canal was constructed between 1775 and 1832 and when completed it connected the Atlantic to the Mediterranean Sea via the Seine and the Yonne to the Saone and the Rhone. However, it is not a commercial route as commercial ...