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... head into the village and the bar. We did note that on the main road which we cycled on this morning that a Hotel & Bar does look good for business. Let's hope in time this place picks up and lives again. A few new residents have done places up. You can pick up a barn for £40,000! Clive actually said he wouldn't mind living here, me too. But the bar would clearly have to stay Open! We really like this place a lot and it is definitely the quietest and nicest Aire this ...
... front and end. They must have been on a sensor as they stopped when a boat went through. As we didn't have a big ride today, we stopped and had a little snooze in a pretty spot by the canal. As we rode into town we could see the ramparts of the citadel high above the river and old town of Besancon. These fortifications were built to protect the city, on landward side, as the river Doubs winds around in a horseshoe shape. After finding our hotel, we walked up there, along with a few ...
So today we head off to the lock, to find it is running and OK to get through; we wonder if it just closed early? It's a very pretty run up to Besancon. We find limestone cliffs, pretty towns and holiday houses on the banks, and it's a still sunny day! Lachlan and Victoria build us up to a fever pitch of excitement as they promise us a surprise along the way! We approach a tunnel, and see a cute array of flashing ...
... are a bit earlier. The river is very quiet, as we motor towards the souterrain (tunnel) of Savoyeux, and enjoy the boys along the banks, try and identify windflowers, note the herons, and Gerda spots a 'marten de peche' (kingfisher) which she is very excited about. I have a go at steering , and heading through a lock, which I manage OK. the river is quite wide, which makes it easy to steer, but I have some trouble approaching a floodgate, ...
... along the way. The Eurostar is like catching a plane, checked and strapped in, we zoom off through the countryside, under the Chunnel for Paris. I have decided to take a taxi from Paris Nord to Gare de Lyon...so It's a lengthy queue for the taxi. My taxi driver is friendly, and we have a conversation in French with a few English words when my French fails. It's madness on the road, and it looks a bit tricky whether I will make my connecting TGV train. But all ends well, I find ...