Abbaye Sept Fontaines
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My proposed route will take me from Corps to Le Pont-de-Claix on the N85 Route Napoleon where I will join the autoroute to Voiron, avoiding Grenoble city.
Then onto the D1075 to Les Abrets, Morestel, Amberiue-en-Bugay, and Bourg-en-Bresse. Then back onto the autoroute for a blast to Dijon, Nancy, Metz, and into Luxembourg where I will pick up the main highway through Belgium ...
... day today. We just drove mountain roads without a care. We did find a really nice spot for lunch. Unfortunately we were, once again, in the clouds so couldn't really see much of the hillsides.
Eldon had been noticing signs for a cascade so, after we pulled over and napped half an hour, we drove to the waterfall. It was very pretty, and Eldon got some nice pictures.
Eldon and I have always been huge fans ...
... time to choose a spot to try out the sought after tete au veau...still unsure, wonder what would it be? Almost every restaurant had the 'menu unique pour lundi marche' (Mon market special menu), which announced tete au veau was served, yay! We found a tavern packed with locals (always a good sign) and I, bien sûr, ordered it, along with the recommended chilled Aligote white wine, D opted for ...
... been there forever.
After our last campsite experience, you might think we would be making straight for a hotel the next night. Mais non! We actually were longing for our own clean tent and fresh air after the bad bungalow. After a 45 km cycle, we found the municipal campsite just outside the village of Verdun-sur-le-Doubs and it was lovely - lots of trees and grass on ...
... and unexpected around the bend. Shortly after leaving town, we encountered the Percée de Thoraise, a 185 meter tunnel, built between 1803 and 1810, that allows boats to circumvent a big loop of the river. It has a "waterfall entrance", with water directed down through a half-circular pipe that would certainly give your boat a thorough washing as it entered the tunnel! The cycle path however, followed the loop ...