Hotel Aux Terrasses
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aux Terrasses Tournus
Do not miss this restaurant if you're driving on the A6 !
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... is superb, clear blue sky and a sunny 24C.
All set up, lunch, a pleasant stroll into Chalon-sur-Soane, which is a pleasant and lively place.
Churches found, mass times determined, it looks like we will be here until Monday at least.
... white vans and work an area with a large cart picking up the grapes. In the winery there are conveyers lifting the grapes on stepped belts up into the crusher..smell amazing! Came to hotel for a rest and then went to dinner at a local restaurant 100 m away after a drink in the garden. Excellent food.lamb with chickpeas and fruits, monkfish wrapped in bacon with parmesan biscuit,squid ink spaghetti. Hot Grand marnier souffle with orange sorbet ...
... prayer and worship through readings and chants and whose music and influence has been resurgent in recent years. If only that was a choice of excursion? Anyway after lunch back on board, another chance to relax and read, blog and then enjoy our next afternoon cruise from Tournus to Macon down the Saone and through very flat country side. The sun is now getting too hot and a talk on this Burgundy region has just started so off I go. Macon and Cluny Abbey ...
Today we were based at the small town of Tournus which has a population of 6200 people but boasts 5 one star Michelin restaurants! Regretfully we were unable to try them. Apparently this is a very busy town because it is halfway between the North and South of France and a common stop off point for travellers.
Our first visit of the day was to a Truffle Farm following a pretty drive through the ...
... vroom, vroom, there's still life in la vieille dame).
Well that's it folks, the boring bit, the long drive back with a stop over in Brugge so that I can be checked over by the Doc and where Monsieur et Madame can stock up at the Carrefour Hypermarket. Then the chunnel and springtime in Blighty.
Jusqu'à nos prochains voyages,