Novotel Le Creusot Montchanin
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The small town of Beaune! This city was a very nice change of pace from the hustle and bustle of Paris and Versailles. The charm of Beaune is that it is in the middle of wine country here in France. There are vineyards that stretch for miles around the borders of the town.
We started the day with a very tasty Beaune breakfast. Croque Madame for myself and ...
... Unfortunately, we booked a train to Beaune, so we had to rush through the exhibit. By 12:15pm we had to go back to the hotel to grab our bags and hop on a train.
The next destination is Beaune (pronouned Bone, which the ticket lady at the train station promptly corrected us.) Beaune is about a 2 hour train ride south of Paris. We arrived at night, checked in and got ...
... From Beaune, enjoy a scenic ride along Burgundy's Route des Vins ("Wine Road") as you proceed to Macon, arriving in the late afternoon. Here, your France River Cruise Tour begins as you embark your ship.
This evening, you'll gather with your fellow passengers and meet your ship's crew. After savoring your first dinner aboard the ship, enjoy an onboard activity.
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We were also invited to dinner at the home of Marie (Bertrand’s daughter) and her husband, Thomas. Joining us were Bertrand and his new special friend, Chantal. Marie and Thomas had just moved into a new house two months ago and were still setting up shop. It is a beautiful home with a typical Burgundian layout- a great room on the main level with living room, dining room and kitchen. Upstairs ...
... Figuring that it might be good to get out of the rain and sightsee indoors for a while, we visited the nearby Créme de Cassis museum. This is said to be the only area where créme de cassis, a liqueur made from black currants, is made. The strong flavors are very different from anything we had ever experienced before. At the tasting bar we learned that a 1 to 5 ratio ...