Burgandy and Rhone Valley area

Old Jul 12th, 2005, 01:03 PM
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Dear Cocofromdijon-
I went to your web site. Is this flat in your house or in an apartment building? Also, does it have a washer/dryer?
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Old Jul 12th, 2005, 01:59 PM
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Hi Crimmy, did you just have a look at the pictures or did you actually read it? ;-) Everything is written (tedgale helped me the translation) like : "washing machine with drying feature" on the "description and rates" page.
It is a real independant flat in an ancient building. after you clicked on "welcome" the 2 first pictures were taken from one of the windows and the 3rd one is the building itself. look at the flag on the 3rd picture and you'll understand how it works. the 4th is the main entrance, opposite to the Fine Arts museum. The flat is exactly between 2 museums!
I can give you further info but it would be better to write in private...
why don't you email me through the website itself? click on the ink well on the "description and rates" page.
à bientôt
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Old Jul 12th, 2005, 03:41 PM
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I just got back from a few days in the Burgundy area, and I echo what everybody says about Beaune. We only daytripped there, but it was such a beautiful town.

If you want an even smaller town, we stayed in Semur-en-Auxois, which is a cute town near the Montbard train stop. It may be worth a stop just to eat at La Calibressan, by far the best food we had in the region. The owner is American from California and is extremely kind.

Beaune is pretty easy to get to from Paris. But make sure you ride the TGV. The slow trains don't save you much money and can be unbelievably hot. The 2.5 hours we spent on a slow train to Montbard from Paris was the most grueling experience we had in France. For Semur, you need to have a car; though there is bus service from Montbard.
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Old Jul 13th, 2005, 12:21 AM
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Hi Steeve!
I'm glad you liked your trip! (sorry for the train though. I talked about their lenght on another thread, 3hours from Paris instead of 1h30 with TGV)
Did you rent a car from Dijon then?
tell us more!
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