Hostellerie Saint Vincent

Address: 23 Rue du General de Gaulle, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Burgundy, 21700, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 23 Rue du General de Gaulle, Nuits-Saint-Georges, is near Wine and Voyages and Domaine Georges Roumier.
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    Travel Blogs from Nuits-Saint-Georges

    Day 20: Avignon and Beaune

    A travel blog entry by creeky on Jul 25, 2015

    ... leaving that they seemed to catchup just as our coach was leaving, a little late though. We then had a couple of hours drive to Avignon, the home of the papacy during the 13th century. As we arrived we saw the Pont d' Avignon, a bridge that fell down halfway across and was never rebuilt. We walked up to the top of Avignon and saw the papal palace, the church, and the papal finance building. We continued for another 70 metres and were set free to look around, shop and ...

    Instalment 1 of our trip

    A travel blog entry by laramacewen on Jul 22, 2015

    22 photos

    ... lots of laughs and general cheekiness. The paddling pool and sprinkler have been well used too, as until today, it has been 32-38 degrees, which for this part of France is unheard of, and for as many consecutive days ( we've been here 12 days). Hot, hot, hot.

    I have been very very lazy and mum & dad have been great at entertaining Stella. I have managed to read 2 books already... That's more than I've ...

    Day 5 - Burgundy Wines

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 18, 2014

    25 photos

    ... tasted remarkably different than a wine made from the grapes of the field next door. Monsieur LeClerc explained that as the slopes change from one field to the next, the ability for grape vines to retain water changes as well, giving grapes grown on a steep hill a more concentrated flavour than grapes grown on a flat patch of land. Similarly, vines grown in poorer soil are forced to grow their roots further down into the ground, as deep as 6m, and the different soil layers ...

    Wine!

    A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith on Jun 17, 2014

    7 photos

    ... friends bought a bottle to have on the drive back! We deviated a bit from the normal itinerary and Stephen drove us up through the vineyards to the top of the hill. The view was spectacular. We opened the wine and all had a glass! It was stunning and thankfully we had actually bought two bottles of it!! It was an awesome tour! Beautiful country side and some really interesting ways of growing vines. We had such a nice time with my ...

    Barging by bike through Burgundy

    A travel blog entry by petesaga on Aug 03, 2013

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    ... part, the evenings a little cooler, but the small cabins were often stifling, with no easy way to cool off.
    Day 1: Around Dijon – 23 kilometres in the saddle
    Our first day was a short practice ride out of the city along the canal towpath and on country roads to get used to our bikes and riding together as a group. We stopped at Lac Kir, a freshwater lake with a Plage, a bathing beach set up with changing sheds and facilities, but the water was too much of an ...