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... out of a storybook. My favorite were the many buildings with the wooden criss-crossings over them! So I'm learning pretty fast that beautiful, massive, super old cathedrals are as common in France as squirrels are in the US. They're all still beautiful to walk into and oggle at the stained glass and all the other art forms inside them, but I can tell that my love for cathedrals might slowly dwindle in the coming months. I can already tell when I return to the US ...
... figures balanced on top of it and larger carvings were set further down. The kids ice skated again. Ryan decided to give it a go again as there was only one other child skating and there were some animal shaped skating supports (a bit like walkers for the elderly but designed for little kids). They were really too small for him but gave him confidence. He still managed to fall though and got ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... supermarket had a selection of toys, electronics etc so they came home with lighter wallets having bought various bits of lego and a nintendo (Ryan with his birthday and Xmas money). As it was New Years Eve we cracked open a bottle of local bubbly that evening before enjoying a good burgundian red wine with our home cooked boeuf Bourgignon. It was worth being home early enough to cook this splendid dish (and there is more left for another ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Richebourg Vosne-Romanee
Arrived wait & tired. I booked a massage which was just what I needed.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Le Richebourg Vosne-Romanee
Ouah ! C'est sans doute l'un des hôtels les plus agréables où j'aie séjourné, et je suis dans le tourisme.
Cela peut paraître étrange d'écrire un commentaire, alors que je n'ai pas séjourné à cet hôtel.
Lovely hotel, better than many 5* hotels I've stayed in, in Europe. Great service, the staff are extremely helpful and very friendly. Lovely continental breakfast where you can even make you own fresh squeezed juice! Rooms are gorgeous, modern, clean, bathrooms have power shower etc. It's also lovely to go down to the hotel bar before dinner and sit and listen to the piano that plays its own music! Whilst there is no restaurant for evening meal there is a lovely restaurant just next door. Alternatively takes about 20 mins to walk in Nuit St George where there are loads of shops and restaurants. You can also get Room service. The treatments available from the Institute within the hotel are superb and very relaxing. If you want to try wine tasting and are worried about driving, no need, there are loads of caves within walking distance, you can also walk through the vineyards to nearby a chateaux.. I would definately stay here again. I can only think that this hotel is classed as 3* as it doesn't have it's own restaurant.
Os puede resultar rara esta crítica pero la verdad es que no me hospedé en este hotel. Reservamos una suite allí para hacer un descanso durante el viaje a casa cuando volvíamos de pasar unas vacaciones en la nieve en febrero de 2007. El recepcionista hablaba un inglés excelente, además fue de lo más servicial, sin embargo tuvimos que cancelar la reserva porque los niños estaban enfermos. El hotel nos explicó su política de cancelación, nos llamaron otra vez para avisarnos de que no habían conseguido dejar la habitación, nos llamaron para pedirnos una dirección donde enviar el recibo que después nos lo enviaron al Reino Unido junto a una nota deseando que nos mejoráramos. Si el hotel en sí es la mitad de bueno que su servicio de recepción, estoy deseando alojarme en él.
This may sound like an odd review, but I didn't actually stay at the hotel.
We booked a suite here to break the journey home from a ski holiday in February 2007. The receptionist spoke excellent English and was extremely helpful. However, we had to cancel the stay because the kids were ill. The hotel explained their cancellation policy; called us again to warn us they hadn't managed to let the room; called to get an address for the receipt; and posted that to the UK together with a 'get well' note.
If the hotel itself is even half as good as the reception service, then I'm looking forward to staying at it.
We recently stayed at this property for 2 nights and it was such a pleasant surprise! The room was huge and the bed sooo comfortable. The decor is modern and and such a nice bathroom (tub and a shower) for Europe. One of my favorite hotels on our trip! I would stay there again without reservation.
My wife and I stayed for one night on two separate occasions in early January. We paid (for the same room) €69 the first time having used an internet booking site, and €95 on the second occasion having booked direct by telephone. Although the hotel was nearly empty, it still ranks as one of the best hotels in which we have ever stayed, and certainly offers exceptional value. The bedrooms are spacious, modern, comfortable and tastefully designed, with excellent beds, light-proof blinds, a stunning bathroom with a separate large walk-in shower, and a separate toilet. Excellent modern design and taste also extend to the bar and breakfast room. There is free internet access. The breakfast was simply wonderful. The hotel has no restaurant, but La Toute Petite Auberge, which also offers excellent value, is only a few yards away and there are also many gastronomic restaurants in the Cote de Nuits area. The staff were very friendly and very helpful. This hotel simply gets everything right!
Hôtel impeccable ! C'est le style d'hôtel que l'on aimerait trouver plus souvent: décoration de très bon goût, tout est parfaitement à sa place. Le personnel est remarquable et à votre écoute.
Celà change des hôtels "de luxe" avec des décors pompeux et de meubles vieillots.
A visiter absolument lors d'un séjour en Bourgogne !!!
WOW, Probably one of the nicest hotels I've ever stayed at and I'm in the travel industry. Very large, modern, clean and beautiful rooms. All the extras such as the robe and slippers and heated towel rack in the bath made a huge impact.