Auberge des Templiers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... see this historic old church, dating back to the 9th century and containing relics os St Martin who lived in the 8th century. We then pushed off and went back to Belleville sur Loire, a little village we passed on the way down the day before. Pleased we did that too but it was not as big or pretty as Lere. After lunch on board we headed back to Briare in very poor weather necessitating steering from inside hence the need also to ...
... for the night at Lere. Mooring here was well done. The bollards were quite a distance back from the shore (about 3m) and Denise had one real chance to lasso one. She got it in one. What class! What a relief! She's doing a great job on the fore deck and, combined, we put on a presentable show. Went for a walk and were impressed with what we saw. I am fascinated by the lavoirs which have been maintained very well. (A lavoir is ...
... went through the stop gate which, mercifully, was open. We proceeded on to Briare where we moored at a bollard, put a stake in for the bow and them went to do some shopping. After shopping and looking for wine glasses to replace the two broken ones, we headed for the pont canal. This beautiful structure was designed and built by Eiffel in the late 1890's. It carries the canal over the ...
... in the process of being converted to automatic with new control operations box with “designer” rusty tops to them. Some are still fully manual, some manual gates with automatic hydraulics and others fully automatic but still operated by a lock keeper as they do not have the poles or lights. There is a new recess for the blue and red poles to be put in and one lock did have lights installed but not operational. We are not sure if they are ...
... way I saw a deer grazing in a wheat field. It bounded away when it saw me. Pity I didn't have the camera. On the way back I detoured around some of the very quaint streets and lanes. I was fascinated by the cellars with inclined doors right on the roadway. One very decrepit one gained my attention when a French women about the same age as the cellar opened it and went down out of sight! That walk was a highlight and I am sorry Denise was not with me to enjoy it as ...