Hotellerie du Val d'Or

Address: 140 Grande-Rue, Mercurey, Saone-et-Loire, Burgundy, 71640, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 140 Grande-Rue, Mercurey.
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    Travel Blogs from Mercurey

    Up a lazy River

    A travel blog entry by annmarkweir on May 14, 2015

    1 photo

    Hi there all, once again the pressures of maintaining a ship shape ship - (go on I dare you to say it three times fast!)- have prevented me from blogging for a couple of days. I have just managed to get the crew bedded down but I had to up the daily tot of rum. In fact I had to administer a drop of something a little stronger, a drop of plum brandy, better known as slivavitch, to send them off. This little apperitif was given to ...


    A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on May 14, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... sure had tastings. Burgundy had lots of Pinot Noirs and some C******nay, and we bought a bottle of each. We headed home, tired and a bit rainy, but we've probably had 2-3 rainy days in the 40 or so days that have passed. We tucked into another French classic beuf bourguignon which we hope wasn't horse, but im pretty sure was beuf (only French people appeared to eat here, and we thought they wouldn't have time to slow cook horse for tourists). Either way, it tasted almost as good as ...

    Day two French sewer canal

    A travel blog entry by annmarkweir on May 11, 2015

    3 photos

    ... I am sorry I have to take a break from doing this daily ships log entry as the mutinous river trash I have as a crew are making threatening gestures about how I might like a little dip in the putrid drain that serves as the French canal! Now back to ships log. The primary task of the break was to break the seal on a 5 litre cask of Chateau Cardboard, vintage French Rose. Spirits are now riding high among the crew and the galley contingent ...

    A trip down memory lane.....

    A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on May 07, 2015

    6 comments, 10 photos

    ... seen my brother for about a year and it was lovely to catch up. He had kindly lined up some work in the vineyards for us, and as the vines were growing like crazy we set to work that afternoon!!! It was as if we had never left, we were lucky enough to have a week of work and loved every minute. We were doing what is called the ‘ebourgeonnage’, for the white wines all new shoots are removed from the base of the vine, for the red vines the same is ...

    Beautiful rolling hills in Burgandy

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 16, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the family rules over the surrounding area. The last of the line Catherine is burned at the stake in Paris for poisoning her husband. (Bad choice or bad luck getting caught). The chateau is sold and Philippe le Bon, Duke of Burgundy is awarded the chateau. The chateau prospers because of the fertile fields surrounding it and by 1826 the population of the village is 524. The canal is being dug at the bottom of the hill and in 1832 the first barge crosses ...