Address: 84 Route de Beaune, Dijon, Burgundy, 21160, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 84 Route de Beaune, Dijon, is near Owl's Trail, Cathedrale Saint-Benigne (Dijon Cathedral), Musee de la Vie Bourguignonne, and La Boutique Maille.
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Travel Blogs from Dijon

Wine, wine, wine

A travel blog entry by andreclark on Nov 19, 2014

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The small town of Beaune! This city was a very nice change of pace from the hustle and bustle of Paris and Versailles. The charm of Beaune is that it is in the middle of wine country here in France. There are vineyards that stretch for miles around the borders of the town.

We started the day with a very tasty Beaune breakfast. Croque Madame for myself and ...

Travel through Burgundy

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 14, 2014

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... br> Along the way, you'll stop for a visit in Beaune, which is one of the main towns of the Cote d'Or region. The rich soil of Beaune produces many of the world's finest wines. Here you'll enjoy a walking tour through the old town, with its winding cobbled streets dotted with outdoor cafes and open-air markets. The tour includes one of Beaune's most notable landmarks, ...

Lovely mustard but no handbag

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Sep 19, 2014

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... delights then spent the weekend navigating our way through Beaune and it's cellars. We drank some lovely C******nay's and Pinot Noirs- including the odd Grand Crus- and met some lovely like-minded drinking and travelling guys from England (hello Rowena and Mike if you're reading this!). One could easily spend more than a few days in Burgundy travelling around the countryside and eating and drinking your way through the menu, if you ever get the chance, do! Just don't lose ...

Barging in Dijon

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on May 26, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... understanding of how locks work. It’s remarkably simple and effective. You drive up to the first lock, which is opened by a lock keeper. After you drive the barge into the small cell between the two locks, the first lock is closed. If you’re going upstream, the chamber fills up with water and your barge floats up. Once the water in the chamber is even with the water on the other side of the second lock, it’s opened and you drive your barge out of the chamber. ...

Mustard, Creme Broulee and A New Suitcase

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 05, 2014

1 comment

... and are dressed nicely. Seem to be a very professional group of men and women. His cab was unusual. When he stopped, the engine shut off. I asked it it was a hybrid (like a Prius that shuts off when you stop)? He said, no, it's a normal gasoline engine, but it shuts off when he stops the car, even at a stop light. When he puts his foot on the gas pedal, it starts up and goes immediately. You really can't tell, except for the noise of ...