Abbaye Sept Fontaines
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Going nowhere today. I actually got my running shoes out this morning and went for a 5km run. It was beautifully cool but the day got progressively hotter and hotter and by the afternoon was quite uncomfortable. T and I went to a bar which had free wifi so that we could talk to Jenny as she has been trying to contact us. It turned out to be nothing but it was ironic to see them sitting in the campervan wearing beanies while ...
Today we are going to head back to Saint Jean de Losne which is only 2 hours away so we are not leaving until after lunch. In the morning I, as usual, went to get the baguette and noticed that a number of historical buildings were signposted. So after breakfast T and myself went for a walk through the town following the signs. There were many fine old half timbered buildings ...
In the cold light of the morning, common sense prevails and we abandon the drive down south idea. We are only travelling another short way down the Saone River to Seurre today but first we walk through Saint Jean de Losne to the supermarket near the marina to buy food for tonight. After lunch, sandwiches made with the baguette I bought that morning, we travel for about 2hours down river, part of which is canalised to Seurre. Bruce ...
... T and I share a salad between us as the salads in France in the cafes are huge. After some shopping, we return to the boat and carry on When we get to Saint Jean de Losne, we moor on the river banks between two large Dutch barges. One of the cloggies wants us to move the boat along a bit so another one can get in, which Bruce is happy to do but loses it when the cloggy starts touching his mooring ropes. Touching other ...
... wife as server business. One of the eating options we really enjoyed on our last trip to France was the hors-d'oeuvre buffet that a few restaurants offered. It was good for a whole meal at a very reasonable price with lots of different salads, pÔtÚs, cheeses, etc., but we had not encountered it this time. This restaurant called it an entree buffet, "entree" in France ...