Itineraries of Sa么ne and Rh么ne Riverboat Cruise Vacations in France

A-Rosa boat at Tournus

Itineraries of luxury riverboat cruises on the Saone and Rhone Rivers in Burgundy and Provence usually include stops in Lyon, M芒con, Chalon, Vienne, Arles, and Avignon. The Rhone (Rh么ne) and Saone (Sa么ne) Rivers in Burgundy and Provence are the most popular in France for luxury riverboat cruising. Favorite excursions include several UNESCO-listed sites, Lyon, Cluny, … Read more

Novotel Beaune: Review of the Family-Friendly Hotel with Swimming Pool

The Novotel Beaune is a midscale three-star hotel with swimming pool and comfortable family-friendly bedrooms that sleep up to four guests in Burgundy, France.

The Novotel Beaune is a family-friendly, midscale hotel in the outskirts of Beaune with easy access by car to both the historic old town as well as on nearby highways to the vineyards of Burgundy and the rest of France. Both business travelers and families enjoy the comfort of this modern three-star hotel. Two children under 16 may stay for free with parents, enjoy breakfast for free, or may book a second room at a cheaper rate. The Novotel Beaune has an outdoor swimming pool freely available to all guests. Overnight parking is free.

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Mourners from the Tombs of the Dukes of Burgundy Touring the USA

Top medieval sculptures from the Museum of Fine Arts in Dijon, in Burgundy, France travel the USA for temporary exhibitions in top American museums and galleries.

Le tombeau de Philippe le Hardi

The mourners from the tombs of the Dukes of Burgundy, usually on display in Dijon, France, are traveling the USA for much of 2010 to 2012. These statues, considered to be amongst the best late-medieval sculptures in France, will be on display in New York, St. Louis, Dallas, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Richmond before returning to Dijon via Paris. The mourners from the ducal tombs are usually on display in the Mus茅e des Beaux Arts (Museum of Fine Arts) in Dijon but will tour through North America while the museum is being renovated.

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