Premiere Classe Auxerre

Address: Avenue de l'Europe, Moneteau, Burgundy, 89470, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenue de l'Europe, Moneteau, is near Cathedrale St-Etienne and Amanoa.
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      Cheating a bit.

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Nov 01, 2014

      19 photos

      ... all I got was less than luke warm water and was very wet and cold.
      It was too late to get the water hot in the MH ,so I had to boil the kettle and Rob helped me wash my hair with a jug over the sink. At least I had electricity for the hairdryer.
      This is not what you pay 16e for! I complained to madame in my best French, but all she did ...

      Autumn in Autun.......

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 31, 2014

      28 photos

      ... remains.
      The Roman Theatre was once the biggest in Gaul and could seat up to 25,000. it has not been renovated, but left au naturel. There is no entrance charge and you can wander around it at will. There are two original Roman gates, one ...

      Arrival in Auxerre

      A travel blog entry by lily.meehan on Oct 01, 2014

      3 photos

      ... that I felt when on my first train ride to Dijon two years ago. This time, however, I am the teacher not the student which brings its own set of fears. At Holy Cross I did not study education nor did have many opportunities to work with high school students. As a teaching assistant I am relying on my instincts and the fact that I am a native English speaker and the students (and sometimes the official teacher) ...

      St Julien du Sault

      A travel blog entry by 1954ers.eurovac on Sep 27, 2014

      68 photos

      ... Years War, the walls of the fortress were destroyed and then rebuilt by the inhabitants. This was again the case in 1406 and in 1492. It served as the residence for the archbishops.

      One can see the ruins of the ancient walls of the Castle including the so-called round tower 'Tour Baron' which was related to a square Tower.

      Broken up in 1630 in the Royal order of Armand Jean du Plessis de ...

      Barge on Canal Nivernais

      A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... the lines and gates.

      Our boat has bow thrusters - yeah! A new experience for most of us and used often as the locks are very narrow, only a few inches wider than the boat. At most of the locks one of us would hop off the boat to receive the bow and stern lines which are looped around a bollard. Then that person would go help the lock keeper open/close the lock gates. The water would rise (sometimes as little as 1 meter or as much as 5 meters). Once ...