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Larry and Carl bought a cruise trip for 2 at a charity auction for Cindy and I. It was an incredible experience. We had wonderful food and wine and we made new friends.
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A Travel Blog entry by our_europe_trip from Burgandy, France
We leave Switzerland and head to Paris. En route we pass through the French country side, including the Burgandy wine growing region. We also pass through some of the World War I battlefields. Our tour guide, Robert, tells a story about how the French, ...
A Travel Blog entry by wuddleywez from Vézelay, Burgundy, France
From our lunch spot at Mondement-Montgiurox we high-tailed it to the Burgandy region through beautiful rolling countryside. Our stop for the night was Vezelay - a little town perched on top of a large ridge. It has a large and very impressive monastery ...
A Travel Blog entry by thermalsailors from Maxilly sur saone, France
... rang the canal mob who said the canal was closed this moth. So I am taking the route due north Between champagne and Burgandy, through the 5 km Balesmes tunnel. This canal system is both automatic, manual and electronic controls. In the first lock you ...
A Travel Blog entry by cytravel from Beaune, Burgundy, France
Our train didn't leave Paris until 11:15 AM so we slept in and had a relaxed morning. The train was a TGV, the first high speed train we've been on. It was so fast it was actually a little scary, but what a great way to travel. I wish we had the same ...
A Travel Blog entry by bridyfitz from Santiago, Chile
Santiago! Founded by the Germans in 1804 they named it Santiago!! Which in German means a whale's vagina!--- I've waited 11months to quote that film! We arrived in Santiago after a very long day. We crossed the international date line so we actually ...
A Travel Blog entry by ade.jo from Auxerre, Burgundy, France
We have just finished q wonderful week in The Bourgogne [ just copied the spelling off my wine bottle] region of France, motoring 130km down the Nivernais Canal.Accompanied by Greg and Lynn Bromley, who were great fun. We enjoyed experiencing the French ...
A Travel Blog entry by vourot from Beaune, Burgundy, France
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A Travel Blog entry by vourot from Tourrettes-sur-Loup, Provence, France
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A Travel Blog entry by awn~lmf from Dijon, Burgundy, France
... kitechen, and very cheap kir. It also cost about half the price of a big camping. As for archetectural features, Burgandy has huge barn-house-garage-workshop buildings, easily 50meters long and often beautiful brick and timber construction. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by jenniferklm from Chagny, Burgundy, France
... , Aligote, Pinot Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc. Wines produced here are 61% white, 30% red, 8% Cremant (sparkling) and 1% rosé. Burgandy wines are usually made from one single grape, rather than a blend and the very best wines, Grand Crus and Premier ...
A Travel Blog entry by youngandhip from Paris, France
... ticket. Note to self: sue United for ripping me off. Demo was great today. Chef Theivey finished the Boeuf Bourguignnone (Beef Burgandy), which was a fantastic dish. I also found out today that a girl in our class, Cynthia is a vegetarian. I managed ...
A Travel Blog entry by farrahfig from Tamarindo, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica
... funny people including a group of Canadian Fire Fighters who all resembled celebrities such as Christian Slater, Quinton Tarantino and Ron Burgandy. I got some stupid crush on Ron Burgandy that was out of control. The move was a good ...
A Travel Blog entry by waynelucas from Beaune, Burgundy, France
... that flows out of the valleys is burgundy in colour. Night in at a cheap hotel again, still a bed is a bed. More money to spend on posh Burgandy! I have promised John a special retreat for the last night in France tomorrow so need to work on ...
A Travel Blog entry by lesleyandbaz from Autun, Burgundy, France
... village of Marcheseuil in the Burgandy region but we had a few days to ourselves beforehand to explore the Rhone/Burgandy regions We travelled through gorgeous countryside - green, lush, varying between forests and small farm kits always interspersed ...
A Travel Blog entry by louiseandblake from San Diego, California, United States
Welcome to San Diego - in the words of Ron Burgandy "meaning the whales vagina in German". Today we did a self guided walking tour of San Diego. We started with the Gaslamp Quarter which is where our hostel is located. Basically the epicenter of the ...
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92, rue Carnot, Macon, Burgundy, France
FRANCE.BURGANDY.MACON A VERY NICE BEDROOM with salon,kitchen,bathroom...(55 m2) IN THE ANTIC CENTER OF MACON.Traveler Rating
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