Auberge des Templiers
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... been used. There was a funeral going on so we weren't able to do that but the outside had been beautifully decorated, we thought we would have to be content with that. We headed out of town to see a local chateau at Saint Brisson sur Loire. We knew we would not be able to go inside as Arie had explained that it was owned by the equivalent of the Council and they'd been ripped off by their staff so they decided to shut it down for a few years. Its a shame as it ...
... we explored an old railway station house that is now in the middle of nowhere with no rail line to serve.
The wind was pretty fierce. We found out later there were gusts of up to 80kph. There was often a head wind so parts of the day were difficult!
We explored Gien (coffee, patisserie, toilets and bottled water are on the list for any stop). Loved the bridge here.
A really ...
... a bit for the rain to abate and the lightening to stop. After about 20 mins it did, the rain subsiding to drizzle. Along the first road and straight up a hill. I was pretty pleased I got up without having to stop. It started pelting again so we took refuge in an old church for 15 mins or so. Then off we set again.
All in all we covered 41kms. The rain stopped after a couple of hours and we dried out nicely.
8th July After breakfast we washed some basics and then took off on the recommend walking tour of this little town-- (recommended by the Office de Tourisme). We'd done some of the sights the day before but it was worth a second look. Lots of photos. The tour was mostly through the medieval part of town and some of the buildings must have been 4 or 5 centuries old. We were enthralled. On the way home we bought a bread stick ...
... ground so they are everywhere, and all take tents as it seems to us that Europeans tent more than caravan as the weather is more reliable. We see lots of serious cyclists in all the lycra but usually they have no helmets or reflective gear.
We did some shopping in St-Honore-les-Bains and I got some good brochures from the tourist office, which was very busy, as we are also near the Morvan Regional Park. But the ...