Les Chalets De La Vingeanne
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... an episode of quiet but avid veneration for both of us. Lars immersed himself in capturing ultimate photo of this great building and Robyn reconciled that here she was seeing that odd building that stuck in her memories of Grade 8 Art so many years ago. Who'd of thunk, hey? Back to Dijon for the afternoon and a quick tram ride into the centre of town for more cathedrals and churches....does one ever get tired of them? We were on the hunt for "La ...
... few of the city's citizens. The return walk to the Caprice though old Dijon city was an opportunity to capture a few more architectural details from the beautiful city.
The fix for the plumbing continued into the afternoon. Lunch in the Dijon harbor was nice but we still didn’t have our "pipes cleaned". The responsibilities of ...
... be considered the king of funk for museums. In the basement of a Lockmaster's house, the entrance is cluttered with rabbits in cages (apparently future dinner), a few ducks running around and other junk or paraphernalia. The museum is loaded with lots of photos and memorabilia of the canal and locks, spread around on mismatched shelves and tacked to the wall. Anything quirky or ...
After lunch in Nevers, we rode the short distance to la gare past the little two star Hôtel de Cleves where we had enjoyed staying last year. After new surroundings day after day for 5 weeks, it felt odd to be in a European town that felt so familiar. Nevers doesn't seem to be that well known as a tourist destination but we think it's a lovely place - big enough to have many services but with a compact and interesting old town ...
... br> A lot of places on the way we knew and had visited before but our mission was to get to St Jean de Losne to check out the 2 yards for lifting ST to replace the log, see if they can repair the anchor guide back to the hull (it is working perfectly normally but John says she looks like she has a broken nose) and check the skeg and propeller for any problems (sods law it did not make the noise today). Both yards were way above ...