Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Dijon
... Mum and I sat down and shared a Moules-frites (mussels and chips) and a salad. Before heading back to the bus for our 4 hour drive to Beaune we looked at some of the shops, and bought some tea towels and postcards. Back onto the bus for a number of hours, which was broken up by watching a movie " The Bucket List ". After a long drive we arrived in Beaune for a free night. A few of us went to the local food court for dinner, with a quick stop at the supermarket for a few ...
... was fab. Sunny days and plenty of park time on her scooter (which we'd brought over from Oz)with her cousins...all girls....4 of them.... 3 between 3 and 4 years old...Well you can only imagine!
In France Stella has had the best fun with her cousin Clemmie. Both got the same pink bikes for their birthdays and they have been racing up and down the drive, round the house, sometimes getting competitive but ...
... only for french calls, I'd have to put either 15 or 25 euros credit on it. Ok, 25 euros. Then back to the shop where the girl put in the code and finally we are connected to the world. What a saga...required a nice glass of c******nay to rcover. We walked up to meet our tour bus and with 2 American couples and a retired French woman we were off on our next adventure. We drove through wine fields and a chain of small villages, finally stopping at one where we climbed downstairs to ...
... built in the 17th and 18th centuries. The palace now houses town hall and an art museum.
The architectural variety in Dijon is very interesting. One of the distinct features are the Burgundian poly chrome roofs that display geometric patterns of glazed terracotta tiles in black, green, and yellow. A few photos of windows and doors were made in the hope ...
... beautiful streets (no photo’s sorry – I didn’t have a camera), and various ornate churches and buildings. Quick stop at the patisserie to collect a baguette and another pain aux raisin, before catching the tram back to our accommodation (felt very French, standing on the train like a local with baguette in hand). Another special treat of seeing some sunflowers in a field on the way back to the hotel – my favourite :-)
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