Hotel de la Poste
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel de la Poste Beaune
Got into at about 7:30 PM after driving since 11 am - the hotel is beautiful and it has an old fashion lift (that is an elevator for you folks from Missouri) - the manger recommended a local restaurant - Lagrillodine - it was one of the best places to eat on our Holiday - Rack of lamb and snails for me - chicken and salad for Is. We drank a lot of local wines (Burgundy for those who don't know the area) anyway it was a great way to wrap up dinner
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on 10/29 - we went to one Chateau for testing - Patriarche Pere et Fils - we tested 13 wines for $20 - great stuff - I bought 6 bottles - let's see if it lasts -
Met two guys from Kansas City - yes the great state of Missouri - they are vacationing in France - one of the guy's sons lives in San Diego - he and his wife will be there in January …
A Mary Day Grand Finale 10/23/2014
Last full day on the Caprice. My morning routine hasn't changed. Dressed and out real early, the quiet mornings in the French countryside are beautiful. Cool, overcast and foggy will define our weather for the day. Breakfast served and the decoration pixies have been busy overnight with a Happy Birthday celebration for Mary. ...
... a boulangerie to buy lunch and ate in the carpark of a local gendarmerie! In the afternoon we walked through town to its major tourist attraction - the Hotel - Dieu or, Hotel of God. A hospital established in 1443 by Nicolas Rolin, chancellor to the Duke of Burgundy and his wife, Guigone de Salins. The finest materials were used, ensuring its continued existence for centuries. A lot of it was destroyed during ...
... Approaching Gissey, there were two passenger barges tied side by side that had to be de-coupled for the Caprice to pass. Mary and I along with Sandy and Danielle were walking the path and gawking into one of the barges. One of the guests on the “Fleur de Lys” invited us in. This barge was a little out of our class. Hot tub on the bow, grand piano ...
... have been the highlight of any fine French restaurant or church social, whichever you frequent most. All in, my “cooking with Vicki” experience was fantastic. A real highlight of the week (at least for me) and so much fun to learn just a few things from a master. So "sous" me again. I am ready for the kitchen. Thank you Vicki!!