Villages Hotel Dijon South

Zac Acti-Sud, Dijon, Burgundy, 21160, France | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dijon

Day in Dijon and more adventures!

A travel blog entry by zoe.belyavsky

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... in two so you could see all the juicy organs! Mm, if that doesn't get your appetite going I don't know what does! My favorite was the rabbits with they're eyes wide open and the chickens with their (still feathery) necks wrapped up around their body. Delish! So yes, the connection between Dijon and Dijon mustard is real!! They have a mustard museum, but alas it was a train ride away so we did not venture to see it. BUT it was completely ok because we visited ...

Dole

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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50 minutes from here is the small town of Dole which is in the Jura province, rather than Burgundy. There was a lovely church, as seems to be the case with all towns. Some of the chapels round the side were lovely, having lovely alters and statues in then. They were lit better than in some churches so we could see more. Particularly stunning was the carved organ which towered over the entry. ...

Beaune

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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On the way in to explore Beaune we took a detour of the main road into the small village of Aloxe Corton. When passing on the previous days we had noticed the decorated roofs of an interesting looking building and wanted to take a closer look. It turned out to be a winery (which was closed but very picturesque). Worth a look. Beaune is a small (22,000 pop) town. We parked outside the old town and walked in. In our various wanderings we must have crossed ...

A quiet New Years Day

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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... good time. She was jumping from one pile of mole hill dirt to the next, getting her shoes covered in mud! Another, longer walk with the whole family this afternoon. We discovered an old, run down castle/chateau built in 1771 as we could tell from the tiles on the roof and played some fun word games as we walked. It was starting to get cold again by the time we got back to put the pork roast (Ryan's request for his birthday) on for ...

An abortive day

A travel blog entry by hayesj

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... and shops were also shut and there were very few people around in the villages and towns. So we agreed to get some groceries for New Years and Ryan's birthday, cut our losses and head home for a late lunch and quite afternoon. Bought some delicious small cakes to keep us going till lunch and a gorgeous looking roulade for Ryan's birthday cake at a patisserie before heading to the supermarket. The kids were satisfied anyway as they ...

 

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