Hotel de Bourgogne
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de Bourgogne Cuiseaux
Travel Blogs from Cuiseaux
... in the early 17th century and then renovated from 1980 after lying neglected for many years. It was Baroque in its interiors and sat on water with beautiful gardens and a maze. Really worth seeing. Back on the ship there was a cheese and sausage tasting to struggle through. That night I collapsed, exhausted. It's hard work being a ...
... cows with bells round their necks! And then we were there. Lamoura. Hm, what can I say? Perhaps the village charm only shines through when clad in snow. There are a couple of hotels (with restaurants) and a few shops but for the most part, the place looked shut down. We are sure that there would be much more happening during the ski season. After a quick lap of the main, we ended up back at the hotel for our meal. All four of us ...
... Got a mooring in the centre of the town for 20 Euro a night and have spent 4 nights there. Met up with Michael and Siena from Wellington, had a fab night out at a family restaurant, eating offal type foods -not really my thing but entertaining.
The weather is still stormy at nights and hot during the day. Caught trains around Lyon, easy good transport. Lots of historical buildings with amazing architecture, lots of food and wine again, easy life and just plain ...
... quite violently. But we survived and pottered down the rest of the canal at a stately 4 mph.
Invited to Alan and Shiela's boat for drinks and nibbles which turned into getting quite sloshed. An enjoyable way to end the day.
We are taking it easy over the next couple of days and then heading on our first foray down the canals, up the Saone, and onto the Sellie River heading to Louhans. Quite the little adventurers.
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Had a lovely time exploring the chateau and hearing about the huge renovation to date. Beautful lapis blue detailing in some rooms.
Returned to a new port Tournus, had only a short while to explore this town as we again were heading off for our last port of call, ...