Hostellerie Saint Vincent
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... by one of the floor to ceiling windows in the lounge. A piano player serenaded us while my husband read and I worked on my blog. I am having trouble with getting on-line. The ship has set sail for Tournus where we will pick up the people on the optional tour to Cluny Abbey. We didn’t do this since I need a good rest. Maybe tomorrow I’ll try an optional tour in the afternoon. I just don’t want to overdo ...
... Believe it or not they assigned me a middle seat! The woman at the counter told me she couldn’t change it since it was a booked flight. I handed her letters from three doctors stating I needed special seating. I told her if she couldn’t do it to find someone who could. She told me I didn’t have to get nasty. If she didn’t do it I was going to go berserk on her. Then she asked for our luggage tickets. I was afraid ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... 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 ...
... go through Lyon, for some reason, in order to get to Dijon early enough not to miss the last train back to St Jean. We have LOTS of reading material.
We will be meeting up with Ian and Kaz of Noble Marine and hopefully convincing them that Stan is worthy of a boat driving license and he can pass the test on CEVNI inland waterways rules. I think I am more or less along as crew, since we don’t both need a license.