Hotel La Petite Verrerie
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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Le Creusot
... good! Darkness has fallen by the time we wind our way back to the hotel. We pass by the old Notre Dame church whose façade is lit by a laser light show-very impressive!
On our second day in Burgundy, we get down to the serious business of visiting cellars and tasting wines. Maison Joseph Douhrin is one we read about in our book club in the book Wine and War. During the Nazi ...
We headed through the French countryside, opting for the country roads as the tollways were going to cost 90 euros which we thought could buy 2 dinners in exchange for 2 hours of extra driving (which secretly pleased me because I'd seen some nice fields to photograph). After a supermache provided lunch (supermarkets are the best in France and cheap too) and a few detours down even more country country roads, jen had had enough, until we found one tree, amongst the wheat and an ...
... the main shoots are thinned so as to produce a better quality of wine and help reduce mildew and disease. This is back breaking work, especially for the white vines, you are continually bent over and the vines are very low to the ground. The reds are slightly easier as you sit on a 3 legged milking stool and slowly edge your way along to the end of each row. During the week Mark invited us over to his house for dinner and to save moving Daisy he offered to let ...
... to the WInery Les Caves Patriarches
This tour was a really interesting tour. It was pretty crazy realizing that some of the wine bottles in the caverns were older than me! Unfortunately, I didn't really hear much of what the guide had said because her accent was very thick and very hard to understand. She was very understanding, For what I could understand though, she was pretty funny. We tasted different wines, but I don't really like wine. ...
... lands. By the early 1960's the school is closed because there are only 2 students. By 1982 there are only 62 villagers left. Tourism has helped this town maintain itself and it is a quaint little place to visit and have lunch like we did. Today the chateau has a couple of the floors open to tourists and they are renovating another portion of the chateau. The village itself is great place to walk around and spend the day checking out the old buildings. ...