Hotel Le Saint-Georges
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we should follow their routine. So starting yesterday we tried. We had a lovely lunch out with the crowd at one of the more prominent places we have cruised through, Chalon-sur- Saone. Then things went off plan a bit as the decision of the crew was to fire up the boat and carry on. So after a couple of hours cruising we arrived early at the designated stop for the night. Dave and myself decided to go exploring and as ...
We headed through the French countryside, opting for the country roads as the tollways were going to cost 90 euros which we thought could buy 2 dinners in exchange for 2 hours of extra driving (which secretly pleased me because I'd seen some nice fields to photograph). After a supermache provided lunch (supermarkets are the best in France and cheap too) and a few detours down even more country country roads, jen had had enough, until we found one tree, amongst the wheat and an ...
Things were beginning to get very exciting…….we were heading back to that area where we used to live. In 2004 we bought a house in the Burgundy area of France which we renovated and lived in for just over 2 years. We worked in the vineyards for about 9 months of the year and really enjoyed our french lifestyle.
First stop on our trip down memory lane was the town of Chalon. We stayed at a great little site on the edge of the ...
So today we opted out of the morning excursion to a winery in favor of walking around the town of Chalon on our own. As we entered the town by bus yesterday afternoon, there was a large statue of this man, Nicephore Niepce, the most important man from Chalon. He invented photography. So I remembered the Daguerrotype...from Daguerre, as the first photographer...NOT so...it was Msr N, who photographed his wife in the garden in 1822. ...
... almost all the pieces I really liked were in stairwells. So I guess that the guy who invented the photograph, Nicéphore Niépce, was born in Charlon-sur-Sâone, so of course there is photography musuem. There were some cool old cameras and old pictures. We also got to walk around Chalon a little so I took some ...