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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... by one of the floor to ceiling windows in the lounge. A piano player serenaded us while my husband read and I worked on my blog. I am having trouble with getting on-line. The ship has set sail for Tournus where we will pick up the people on the optional tour to Cluny Abbey. We didn’t do this since I need a good rest. Maybe tomorrow I’ll try an optional tour in the afternoon. I just don’t want to overdo ...
Day 1 March 24 & 25
We went to JFK airport early for 8:15pm flight to Charles De Gaulle airport France. We used the curbside check-in since it wasn't too cold and we didn’t want to drag the bags in. The guy went to print boarding passes and he was having a problem so he went in and had me sit in the wheelchair section. The wait was a little long but we always allow plenty of time. They took someone who had an earlier ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... Dijon to Santenay that is dotted with dozens of tiny villages dedicated to viniculture. It seems every person who lives here is involved in the making or selling of wine. We drove Le Route de Le Grande Crus through many of these villages. The term "village" is somewhat generous, as most of them are merely small groups of a dozen or so houses separated by fields of grape vines. We stopped to taste wine in several of these villages including Marsanny, Fixin, Gevery-Chambertain, and ...
... even there. Just a sort of hole-in-the-ground that looked old located in the cemetery of a small chapel in the woods. Last try- the windmill. We drove up a road that looked like it was last used by the Romans, emerged on top of a treeless hill and saw…five huge, brand new wind turbines whirling away. This can’t be what they meant on the map?!?!?!? We drove to the nearest town and looked around; that took all of ...