Ibis Bourg en Bresse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to play and run around without any hassles. Dave and Jenny prepared the starting of the Beef, so we could eat it for dinner the following night. The next day we decided to go to Cluny to visit the Abbey and the town centre. We were lucky, as it was Saturday, and there was a market on. Jenny and I visited the Abbey while the others looked around the market and the town. It was very interesting, and beautiful. That night, Jenny and Dave finished off the Beef, and we had ...
So on October 30 - we visited several wineries - tasted various c******nay types - visited a family owned winery a purchase a few bottles of pouilly fuisse - my favorite - had a great dinner at the B and B
October 31 - visited Cluny and the Abbey - the revolutionaries in 1790 destroyed the most beautiful abbey -- we seen this a lot throughout France - we then went to a 1600 chateau - beautiful visit.
... got to bed around 10.30pm. We went through a lock during dinner, but as was dark couldn't see how it all worked, we also docked at Tournus during the latter part of dinner. All done very smoothly. We had a later start today, which was good, bus left at 9.00am, this time we went to visit a Truffle Farm (sampled truffle mixed with butter on slice of thin crusty bread & glass of C******nay with it & a tour of Cormatin Castle , very ...
The other side, we settled into the 430 mile journey south via Dijon to Macon. We had only picked the town because it had a hotel and Buffalo Grill in close proximity to each other and the motorway. The Ibis Budget hotel was just as expected – clean and boring however the meal was
great and the little bar opposite the hotel filled the rest of the evening, getting us in the holiday mood nicely.
... west into the high ground to a small village with the Chateau La Rochepot dominating over the village. The Chateau started out as a fortress in the 11th century and was progressively built over 300 years. It was an important fortress in the crusades and in the 100 years war. The towers and main fortress have 1 metre thick walls and still has double drawbridges and gates that still operate. In fact to enter you have to knock on the ...