Ibis Nuits Saint Georges

Address: 1 avenue de Chamboland, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Burgundy, 21700, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 avenue de Chamboland, Nuits-Saint-Georges, is near Wine and Voyages and Domaine Georges Roumier.
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          Sooooooooo full right now

          A travel blog entry by sammcroghan on Nov 11, 2015

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          I figured that while Alyssa was busy typing away at a serious blog entry that I would update you on the feast that we just took on.

          Four course dinner? That won't be too much... Or so I thought. I started off my meal with the most gourmet salad that I've ever had placed in front of me. Goat cheese, tomatoes, fancy lettuce and a mustard vinaigrette made it ...

          Armistice day, fog, and winter.

          A travel blog entry by sammcroghan on Nov 11, 2015

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          ... to the Musée du Vin, which was one of the only places that was open! We learned all about the history and tradition of wine-making in the Bourgogne region. Not the best museum we have been to this trip, but it was still interesting to learn about how wine making has developed here.

          After the wine museum, we decided that we were thirsty for some wine. We didn't have much to choose from, but we did find ...

          Day 5 - Burgundy Wines

          A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 18, 2014

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          ... fields full of sunflowers and hay, that tension melted away. Driving in France is much like driving in Canada, except the French are allowed to drive faster. On highways the speed limit is 130; on country roads it's 90. Perhaps because 130 is a more natural driving speed (don't we all hit 120/130 when we aren't watching the speedometer?), there isn't any "speeding." Everyone drives the limit or below. The only real surprise about driving in France is that ALL of their major highways ...

          Military parades and other excitements

          A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Apr 27, 2014

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          ... fun. That went on til around 7 PM yesterday and is back at it today.

          In addition, quite early this morning, an entire flea market arrived along the edge of the road that runs from the H20 port, along a curve past the pontoon where we are parked, and on around the curve down to the LeBoat rental boat headquarters and pontoons. Not much different than an American flea market, small vendors selling used bits of anything ...

          Chillaxio day

          A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 19, 2013

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          I walked the Dijon marathon today to try and get her ladyships' morning croissant and baguette. Unfortunately French bakers are closed on Monday so I eventually got her one from the french equivalent to Spar (the difference was noticed!) As everything was pretty much closed we ate, slept and read books all day. It ...