Ibis Dole Sud Choisey
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... They had a lot of religious art and by far the neatest one was what used to be an altarpiece (pic 4). The detail of the gold work was gorgeous. Finally, I also got a picture of a painting because the faces are all green and it amused me to imaging it was a scene from Oz (pic 5).
I also took a few random pic’s around town I thought you might enjoy (pic 6, pic 7). One is a well that is no longer in use and the other is of a ...
... two minivans for about 30 minutes to the starting point of the ride, Chateau de Salon la Rue. It took about 45 minutes for everyone to get fitted on our bikes or have pedals and seats changed out. (Yes, some folks brought their personal bike pedals and seats.)
We are given notes for each ride. Today's ride is called Chateau de Saulon la Rue to Chateau Ziltner via Vougeot. There is a short (43.9km) and long (53.5km) ...
A later start today. We are all starting to feel more relaxed after the rush of London and Paris. I think having a bit more space and being in the country makes us all a little more laid back. We decided to go to Citeaux for Mass this morning. Citeaux was the first Cistercian Monastery and is still a working Monastery. Having seen ruins of Monasteries in England we decided this would be a good place to go. Unfortunately, ...
11th September 2013
We awoke at 8.30 after a good night's sleep. After breakfast and chat to our neighbours, we both left around 11.30 with them going to Dole and us towards St Jean de Losne. We arrived after a good journey even though it was cool today with showers. We tied up outside another cruiser this time it was a couple from New Zealand who live in Portsmouth (UK) for ...
Left the Alps yesterday but had a little taste of the Tour de France first. I spotted a cyclist with a New Zealand sticker so pulled over and spoke to him. He was about 65 years old and was following the tour around France. He told me I was only 20kms from one of the famous Alp stages which was on that day so I drove up to it but the road had already closed. It was good to be able to park and look around at all the activity though. It was down to ...