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Travel Blogs from Avermes
... not moving so drove around the palace and moved on. Up to Montmartre and the Cathedral of the Sacre Coeur. People everywhererr. Gypsies begging at the entrance and the exit plus more outside. Streets that were set up for tourists. Apart from visiting a beautiful cathedral it was hard going. We stopped for lunch at a place that offered sandwiches and when they bought us the menu? NO sandwiches. Brent had ...
... half they ended up with the highest of the lock sides as this was the lock that had the sloping sides. The lock keeper sent down a hook for their lines as it was impossible for them to get them on the bollard. We were ok and yet again our ropes were fine with Isi nearly running out but we had another line attached to be sure.
When we arrived at Marseilles-les-Aubigny, it turned out to be a working canal port with ...
... which had a big queue. Then on the return walk back to ST he picked up some info on bus services from the tourist information.
On the way back John had a closer look at an abandoned open air swimming complex next to the marina, consisting of 2 big water slides going into their own pool (now filled in with concrete), a beach type pool with wave machine, a serious swimmers pool and 3 smaller pools for the young children. The buildings that would ...
... and I took a well needed nap.
When I awoke one of the local townsfolk who we met the previous night at dinner had invited himself over for a glass of wine and some petanque (Monsieur Lee). Ad’s backyard is a construction site so it makes for some "crazy petanque" or as the French would say “petanque bizarre” . It certainly helps your accuracy to have a glass of wine in your hand!
We finished off the night with ...
... if we had got through our next lock is automatic into the embranchment to Nevers.
We arrived at 2.30 for the Nevers embranchment to find the lights switched off but a boat coming out. John made a phone call to the tourist office which was the only telephone number around (not even a tannoy in the lock) and they said it would open at 3pm. They are conserving water and yes we can see it is down by a foot from its normal level. We ...
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