Ibis Dole Sud Choisey
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So how good is Dijon? Well, we scored a prime hotel site right next to the light tram station and a superb modern shopping centre (like a mini-Indooroopilly). Those brownie points just keep adding up! After finding out that one of Lars's favourite architect's most famous buildings was close by (4hr round trip) we had to get up early and set off for Ronchamp near the Swiss border. Travelling at 130km/hr on the freeways makes 100km/hr seem very slow. It was ...
A warmer night and raining heavily this morning, we have breakfast and the drive to the Citadel, which was built by Vauban in the 27th century. It sits 100 metres above the old town which was the capital of Franche-Comote and a military centre. After we entered we went in search of coffee, the restaurant was open but set out for lunches, we could hear voices in the back but nobody came to serve us, so we left. We visited the Evolution Trail first ...
... it was a very steep climb from the main town, we stopped to take photos if a roman gateway that is situated close to a few Roman ruins, we also called at St John's Cathedral, which was quite unusual inside, there is also a astronomical clock here but you can only visit on a tour. At the Citadel there is a small zoo, and several museum areas all enclosed in this wonderfully preserved 1600's building. The moat ...
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 ...