Moulin de Belle Isle En Beze

Address: 2 Rue Porte Depeset, Beze, Burgundy, 21310, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Rue Porte Depeset, Beze.
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Travel Blogs from Beze

Dijon to chamonix

A travel blog entry by jamiedodger on Jul 13, 2015

285 km today Fuel €10.34 , €10.40 Headed towards the mountains, scenery changed after about 1 hours driving. Dropped lisa helmet and cracked the gopro. Once we hit the Swiss boarded the views where amazing. Had lunch in a supermarket car park, sandwiches. Geneva was 33 degrees c . Very hot in bike gear. Arrives at hotel around 3.30pm and again went straight into the pool. Chamonix is just beautiful. Had lovely meal in town centre €56. £75.70 ...

Day 7 cosmos tour France

A travel blog entry by amwafer on Jul 04, 2015

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... Havanas and lets just say these are the best jandles I ever brought and might only wear them on special occasions hahahahaha **** they cost a lot!

Onto the boat for our Lake ride, which was lovely, but it was still so very hot so any shade on the boat was welcome. Seen lots of people out in there boats with bottles of wine, lots of white bellies and brown bikini ladies and groups of friends enjoying themselves. Was a great ...

Push bikes in the vineyards of Burgundy

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 28, 2014

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... 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 ...

Journeys by bike

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jun 08, 2014

... directly borders on St j d L) and found a back street there that lead to a road heading off into the countryside with a - yeah! - dedicated bike path. So I went that-a-way!


Past a nicely stone fenced cemetery. Past some fields with ripening barley ( I went on line a while back to try to figure out what all it is that I see growing out there - thanks wikipedia), past some kind of co-operative store/grain place, and into Echenon. ...

Barging by bike through Burgundy

A travel blog entry by petesaga on Aug 03, 2013

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... and arable fields to Beaune, another small town of narrow streets and old buildings. A focal point is the Hôtel Dieu, a hospital founded in 1443 but with some parts dating from the 13th Century, adorned with the multi-coloured roof tiles which were once characteristic of Burgundy. It now houses a museum, including a paupers’ ward furnished with beds in wooden cubicles complete with shelves and bedside chairs which seemed remarkably well appointed and ...