Carrion Cuisine Hotel And Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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Not a pleasant journey.
The Sat-Nav plotted a route via excellent free motorway and (mostly) dual carriageway.
Kathleen plotted a route which was approximately 30 miles shorter.
Kathleen's route was the middle one, in grey on the map on the left.
... Back on board ship, and after lunch we were able to relax and meet more new friends and share stories and then sat up on the sun deck as the boat finally began to cruise! We left Chalon-sur-Saone and two hours later during dinner we arrived at Tournus for our next overnight. Day 22: Today, another sunny, blue sky day, greeted us as we all ventured out in 4 bus groups to visit a truffle farm and then a local Chateux. The truffle farm was an ...
... saffron which at a price of up to 30,000 euros a kilo is the most expensive food in the world. Very weather dependent and highly labour intensive. To give a more secure income he also had a small vineyard and raised Charolais cattle, the white cows which are predominant in this area and raised for their excellent beef,
Our next visit was to Chateau de Cormatin a 17th century moated castle ...
... our vessel the MV Scenic Sapphire which is to be our home for the next 13 days,Efficiently checked in and shown to our smart cabin which has a balcony but is rather tight on open space. The vessel width is limited to the lock sizes in Europe so is only 11.4 metres wide (Locks seem to be about 11.7 metres) and the length of the vessel is 135 metres.
... waiting to purchase one, some live (more on that later) and some not quite so, but head with comb and blue feet still attached!
Undaunted by the crowds, D joined a lineup to purchase one of the local pastries, a corniotte, which turned out to be a very tasty little treat...luckily we had walked beyond the 'still close enough to return to' point, otherwise we would have no doubt ended up ...