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Three Day Stay in Dijon, France

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We are a group of 7 ladies planning a two-week trip to France in May 2015. We will be staying 5 days in Paris to coordinate with the first week of the French Open Tennis Tournament at Roland Garros. We will be arriving in Paris then immediately taking the TGV train to Dijon where we would like to spend three days. Does anyone have recommendations for a B&B or hotel? I have gotten information from this website www.chambre-hote-dijon.com or www.flat.dijon.com. Has anyone ever stayed here?

We are thinking we will take the train one day to Beaune, rent bicycles and cycle Beaune to Santenay - return the bicycles and take the train back to Dijon. Does that seem reasonable? Not everyone in our group loves wine so we're thinking there will be other activites and sites of interest. Any additional suggestions are appreciated.

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