Ibis Budget Nuits Saint Georges
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the Duke of Burgundy and his wife Guigone de Salins created a beautiful L’ Hotel-Dieu de Beaune, as it is called.
The roof is a beautiful mosaic of colored tiles. The building is a good example of Burgaundian/Flemish architecture. The hospital is now a museum (they have built a newer hospital.) The wineries still support this hospital after all these centuries. Every year they have a very ...
... Out. It was about a photographer (former graffiti artist) who won a contest. He decided he wanted to have people take portraits of ordinary people and have them send it to him. Then he would make billboards of these pics. They were asked to put these picture billboards up in their towns. The film was about how this transformed people. One Native American family had lost their son to a suicide. The father said he hadn’t been able to ...
We started our day with our first yet one of many of the breakfasts we would have at our Hotel and then took the tour bus to visit Moutarderie Fallot which was the mustard factory we would have a tour of and be able try fresh ground mustard paste. We would then have lunch at Le Belena where we met the students from CEFAM and got to learn a ...
... and various farm equipment used to make wine that dated as far back as the 17th century. Back upstairs in the tasting room, we sat at an enormous table and tasted 7 wines from the Bourgone region. On the table was a map of the small village we were in (Gevery-Chambertain). The village is only 2km long, and the map showed all of the wine fields of the village, sub-divided and named. The wines we tasted were all from that town, and it was incredible to find that the wine from one field ...
... for a run on the river. Diesel engines like to be worked and they get bored and cranky and smoky having to putter along at the slow speeds one uses on canals, so most people say it is good to give them a high RPM run on a river anytime you get the chance. We also used the very wide river for some turning practice and backing up practice.
Backing up a boat in a straight line is tricky because of something called prop walk - the action ...