Hostellerie Saint Vincent
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... to look down and see some amazing views of the city we just left. It was all t he peace we needed. Beaune left an impression on us.
After the hike, we took in a few of the shops around Beaune. They had a Salvador Dali museum, but it was closed for the day. We picked up some wine, grabbed some dinner and called it a night. We had an early train to Cannes the next ...
... to the Palace entrance to see if we could begin exploring the inside of the Palace. You won't believe this (we sure didn't) but it turns out, the Versailles Palace workers are on strike. Not the American strike where they just won't work at all, but the kind of strike where they simply delay the time they will open the palace. Pretty strange, but as long as we'd get in eventually, ...
... you Kathleen for getting this trip started for us.
There are too many good memories of the people we have met and the beautiful scenery we have witnessed to name all of them. “Le Blog” doesn’t’ come close to capturing these details. Space wouldn’t permit the listing of the achievements and qualities of all of our fellow guests. ...
... forced us to look for a room the old fashioned way: with our eyes. After being turned away by several full B&Bs, we managed to obtain a weak internet connection and used TripAdvisor to locate a lovely, modern suite in Nuits-St-Georges. Around the corner from there we found a charming restaurant on the fountained town square with an outdoor patio that was covered by a 20-ft umbrella. The place was called L'Etoille and served classic Bourgone cuisine. We shared escargot, a ...
... away from the hull and inside things had jumped off shelves. Even the drawers with child locks on (to stop drawers opening when at sea) had opened. We were just rather grateful we did not hit the boat behind us who only had 1 line on and cleated off, or that there wasn’t a boat alongside us especially a GRP one! Lesson learnt, we will now always put the line under a cleat, but still not tied off.
We tied up at Auxonne town quay and John immediately ...