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... On our way to Autun we were going to pass through somewhere I had always wanted to see - Le Puy-en-Velay I had seen the helicopter view of it during the Tour de France and was intruiged.
When we left Pradelles the sun was very bright and there was a layer of mist in the valleys.
The 'volcanic acne' bumps looked like islands in the ...
... it was. We passed a few walkers and saw some fishermen and a few lycra-clad cyclists, but no moving boats and very little birdlife.
We passed through a village called St Remy and then stopped for lunch at some picnic tables beside the bridge in the village of Buffon. It was really hot by ...
... 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 ...
... This was previously a Celtic religious place for the godess Sesquana and a beautiful statue of her was found here. This is now in a museum in Dijon.
The statue in the grotto that is here now dates from 1934, the earlier one disappeared during WW1
We went and had a look and took some photos and then had ...
Yep, thunder storm in the night. I will get an unbroken night's sleep soon!
Early (9.39) start and motorway most of the way. Past Auxerre and onto Avallon - nothing to do with Brian Ferry, although we both remarked on it.
We shopped in Auchan at Avallon for the next two days and then back on the road to Quarre les Tombes. ...