Appart'Hotel Le Cours Moreau
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Again a chilly morning, and we started cycling along the banks of the Soane river. Very pretty. Farmland with Charilais cattle. Lunch was a picnic on the banks of the Soane. Lovely setting. After lunch we followed the banks of the river for several kms, sometimes quite rough terrain. Crossed the Soane into the Beajolais region and a longish hill climb to our village of Blase. Very average dinner at a local ...
... and stopped at a small village for lunch. Arrived at Chatillon sur Charlarone mid afternoon and wandered around the medieval village full of pretty flowers. Very hot by this time, although the cycling temps were quite reasonable. Dinner was at our lovely hotel which was in part of the old ...
... a blessing to get back on the motorway with our tag pinging whilst others fought with tickets and loose change.
After 7 hours of hard driving (remember the wasted initial hour!) we arrived at Domaine De Louvarel near Champagnat (another ACSI winner)
I keep saying that each site we get to is better than the last and that seems to have been the way of it for some time. The early sites were hardly opening up with few facilities up and running apart from the basics. The Cote ...
... our friend Otto in Switzerland for such an occasion. It is more or less home made from his own plums. He also gave me a bottle for our mutual friend in Australia - be warned Lenny Moore, we are coming to get you with a bottle of Cherry liquor, better known as Kirsch. So you had better brace yourself Len!!
The last two days cruising have been mostly uneventful with the first and second mate becoming very proficient on ...
... hungry too. Lunch times, like breakfast, were taken in the community of my fellow common-life companions, my beautiful 'Lamba' girls (Lamba being the name of the 'house' we lived in), but now with a Sister as well. Then our afternoon work began, whatever that was for the week... welcoming visitors in 'Casa' who had come to Taize for the day and telling them a bit about the place and what to see and the times of services or afternoon tea; organising groups of young people ...