HotelF1 Dijon Nord
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Secure parking for a car full of camping gear, clean & comfortable, near the auto route... what more do you need? Near enough to Dijon to pop in for a look around, very cheap and breakfast included. Does exactly what it says on the tin, no complaints from us!
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... fairy floss! Next we went to another wine cellar - the Marche aux vins. Mum and Dad got to try some great wines in the cellar. We then went back to the hotel and had dinner. Ben and Jon were looked after by a babysitter called Edouard while Mummy and Daddy went out to dinner at a restaurant called Caveau des Arches where they had dinner in a cellar. We all enjoyed our stay in Beaune very ...
... to the iPhone) later we got back to camp.
The next day rather slowly we walked into town. This only took 20 mins and we were rewarded with a charming quintessential French city filled with medieval, gothic and Renaissance buildings and elegant squares. Dijon is famous for its Dijon mustard and the historical center of the city is UNESCO World Heritage listed. ...
This morning we drove into Dijon about 4kms. The traffic is not very heavy and the speed limit is mainly 50 kph. We passed the light rail tram line which has a grassed area over the tram lines similar to Lyon, better than Adelaide's concrete. We got a park quite close to the TO which we visited and got information about the city walk following the brass markers on the footpath. We had Lunch and walked to the adjacent commercial district and did some shopping. After lunch we drove south ...
... identified on many French wines. Interestingly appellations started to appear as early as biblical references for such areas as wines of Samaria, or Carmel or Jezreel or Heibon. The wines presented were way out of my price range but it was an educational wine tasting visit.
Boarding the bus, we headed back to Dijon to join the Caprice. Arriving in Dijon with a little daylight ...
... this is as beautiful as some of the rock-top castle towns you see in the travel guides, but since they’re relatively off the beaten path, you really get the chance to stroll around and soak in the place without being run over by other tourists.
The next day we packed our stuff up said a good-byes and headed out with Thierry and his cousins to check out some more local spots before we headed off to Dijon to take the train back. We first ...