Hotel Monge

20 Rue Monge, Dijon, Burgundy, 21000, France | Hotel
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Day in Dijon and more adventures!

A travel blog entry by zoe.belyavsky

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... an owl and more like an eroded blob, and yes we rubbed it! When we first got there though, was a little park with a huge polar bear statue in the center. Throughout our time in Dijon, we also discovered that not only do they have an owl thing but they also have a polar bear thing. It was everywhere-- shops, postcards, mini statues of it everywhere... and then we looked it up later and found that the only reason its a big deal here is because they're all replicas of ...

Dole

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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50 minutes from here is the small town of Dole which is in the Jura province, rather than Burgundy. There was a lovely church, as seems to be the case with all towns. Some of the chapels round the side were lovely, having lovely alters and statues in then. They were lit better than in some churches so we could see more. Particularly stunning was the carved organ which towered over the entry. ...

Beaune

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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... old town several times. However, that is nothing to skite about as it only takes about 5 mins to walk from one side of the old town to the other. Highlights of the day were: The musee du vin- a wine museum. While the info was mainly in French we probably knew most of what it said. However, it was in the old Dukes residence, a lovely historic building. Walking along the ramparts- not perhaps as good as those in York but had some round towers in places. ...

A quiet New Years Day

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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The intention had always been to have quiet day where we are staying for Ryan's birthday and New Years Day. I think everyone needed a day to ground themselves, read some books, play with each other and generally rest. Stephen and I went for a quiet walk in the morning (in the sunshine). We could see in the distance a building with round turrets which looked quite interesting. The fields are all for crops round here and surrounded by ...

An abortive day

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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... and shops were also shut and there were very few people around in the villages and towns. So we agreed to get some groceries for New Years and Ryan's birthday, cut our losses and head home for a late lunch and quite afternoon. Bought some delicious small cakes to keep us going till lunch and a gorgeous looking roulade for Ryan's birthday cake at a patisserie before heading to the supermarket. The kids were satisfied anyway as they ...

 

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