Hotel Ibis Budget Macon Sud
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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This morning we took a motor coach ride to Beaune, a city in the Burgundy region. The countryside was beautiful and we saw many vineyards along the way. When we arrived in town we had a wine tasting demonstration. As they say in France, a taste of wine is good anytime of the day. They are very proud of their wines. We also ...
We finally said goodbye to "our" boat this morning and spent a few hours hanging out playing in Branges as we waited for our taxi to Lyon. Amazing what you can do with things around you! Don't you love the little acorn folk? Weather along the boat trip has been awesome - quite lucky from what the locals have said. Food, locations and people just great - couldn't ask for ...
... countryside but the second half seems less attractive as it appears generally more commercial after Orleans. Eventually, about 6:30 pm we arrive at the hotel! Our room is good with views over the river Soane.
Prior to dinner we ŵent for a short walk along the banks of the river and it was very pretty.
We had been looking forward ...
... it was closed from September to April. We decided to check it out anyway and found it only closed in October. It was really cool to travel through and glad it was open. They apparently have bats in the tunnel, but we couldn't see any. It is the most likely reason why they close the tunnel each year. After the tunnel we made a slight detour to Milly-Lamartine, which is the birthplace of a famous French poet, Lamartine, whom we had never heard of. It was an uphill climb to get there, but ...
... find a bustling group of girls all pouring oats or making coffee or putting chocolate sticks on their freshly buttered baguette, or spreading the lemon curd that Maria from Poland had made on our one little camping-style stove. We all sat around a round table. It was quite clear by the pyjamas and wild hair which of us had not made it to morning prayer. And then one by one we left for our different morning work for the week. I will admit, I was growing weary of the work by ...