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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Gevrey-Chambertin
... map rustling complaints.
Then, to cap it all, just short of Chalon-sur-Soane, on the sat-nav route, there were major road works, the road was closed and a diversion in place.
In true French style, there was only one "deviation" sign, ie the one directing you off the ...
... at a table adjacent to winery workers..harvest is in full swing and little trucks carting grapes along with other fork lifts meander down the highway. Walked into Pommard proper and saw the pretty houses and amused a school child who thought I was Anglais..Australian was so amazing to him he seemed to doubt me? Drove to Montrachet through goat paths and had a look at the village there must be 1000s of winemakers in this area! Pickers ...
... of land have incredible value compared to the ones next door as they are considered to be Grand Cru producing plots. Thousand years experience of the monks etc. mean they know which plots best to produce excellent wine which will age and have complex aromas. Drifted back to car and hotel..Skyped Stuart who is fine and enjoyed the late afternoon sun.too tired to go into town so will do scratch tea with fruit etc. New room good wifi connection so all ...
... associate sunflowers with France. The rest of the day is a succession of locks. The countryside does not look very hilly but there is a lock about every kilometre. It makes for very slow progress, taking about 4 hours to do 15 kilometres. There are no marinas or proper moorings so again we moor to stakes pounded into the grass at the edge of the ...
... in Beaune that had various pizzas, pastas and, yes, even burgers with a French twist. On Tuesday, we went to Chateauneuf to see another medieval castle, to Beaune for shopping and a visit to the famous Hospices de Beaune.
After enjoying some wine in the "backyard" here at the chateau, Joni prepared a wonderful Burgundian meal at home, accompanied by a couple more bottles of vino.