Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau
Travel Blogs from Dijon
... understanding of the French and their culture, we decided to take in a show at the Théâtre de Beaune. Upon our arrival a few weeks ago, I looked at the schedule of events for this season. There was only one event that would work during our stay- a Barber Shop Quartet. How typically French! We bought two tickets anyway.
Show time was at 8:30 p.m. It must have frustrated all of the French to have a show that began at the hour ...
... blog entry, you really have to be careful when you are in the meat department. I passed on the beef tongue today, in spite of it being at rock-bottom prices.
There are a ton of ruins, including Roman ruins, in Burgundy - so much so that not all of the spots are even marked. While hiking, we – and especially Chip - have happened on the ruins of cities from the first centuries A.D. There might be a small signpost at the ...
... marker with the yellow scallop shell and the blue background. I have already sent my camino book home but i am sure if i do some research i will find that there will be a french camino that passes through these very hills on its way to join up with the camino in St Jean Pied de Port. By the time we got to our 3rd little village the rolling hillsides had taken there toll on Joelene and the though of having a lunch in a church yard followed by ...
... des Ducs, the old stomping grounds of the wealthy, powerful Dukes of Burgundy. The building itself is museum-like, beautiful, with astonishing works of art...paintings, sculptures, artifacts, furniture, manuscripts, extremely impressive! Those Ducs were some rich guys!
The Ducs du Bourgogne's Palais fronts on the large, lovely place de la ...
... similarly on the way down the canal, except the water in the chamber is lowered rather than raised. Duh.
Actually getting your barge through the locks is a whole other matter. There were mere inches on either side of the barge from the lock walls. We watched in awe as Stan or Sharon navigated their barge through these small spaces.
On the Canal du Bourgogne, lock-keeper’s houses are still standing next to each lock and in use, albeit by other people. ...