A La Renommee
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... understandable. Then we drove to another spot where there were ruins of Roman buildings from a township they established after they won the battle but it was all a bit rainy so we didn't stay very long. We then decided that it was getting a bit late and as we still had to go to a supermarket and we all fancied another swim that instead of moving down the road we would just go back to where we had stayed last night. So that is what we did. The ...
... and obviously there would be no point coming to the location of Chocolat without picking up some chocolat as well. Then we went to the only other establishment in town and had a chocolat chaud (café noir pour moi) and we all left town happy. Then we went to our campsite which until late this evening we were the only occupant of. There is a swimming pool next to the site which we have free entry to and since we haven't had a chance for a swim ...
... br> We continued on along the towpath to the Grand Forge de Buffon. This was built in 1768 by George-Louis Leclerc, Count of Buffon. On the river level are the furnace, refinery and foundry and above it lodgings ,gardens and the farm.
it was closed, but we could see most of it.
... the warm sun and then went for a walk around the town.
Montbard is on the R. Brenne and the Burgundy Canal.
It owes a lot to a man called Buffon and there is a tower , museums and gardens named after him.
Montbard is unusual in that it has a ...
... was supposed to pass near Alesia, the site of the battle where Julius Caesar defeated the Gauls in BC 52. On the hillside there is apparently a huge statue of the defeated Gaul leader,Vercingetorix, which is 'visible for miles around' - however we never saw it - perhaps the trees had grown!!
We found the MH Aire ...