Auberge de la Beursaudiere
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... across this antique (?) shop, which appears to specialise in nothing but fireman's helmets.
Monday, 5th October 2015.
Overnight rain. The weather forecast says, cloud with sunshine 20C in the morning, showers from 15:00, turning to steady rain ...
... br> St Urse, as you can see, is a particular challenge, up what feels like hundreds of steps, fortunately, for Kathleen, the Saturday evening mass is at St Pauls, so, no need to climb up to St Urse, twice.
... the animosity when people heard their German accents. On then towards Montbard and TomTom took us through the longest rough track must have been about 10k through a huge forest, quite amazing although I now know why they cover horses faces to protect from flies as they wouldn't leave us alone - around your face the whole time. We eventually have a great downhill into Montbard and it's a really lovely town. We stop at the first bar for a ...
We didn't have breakfast at the hotel, it was too late it stopped at 10am. We cycled round the corner to the shopping street as peter needed some new trainers, his old ones soles were so smooth they kept slipping off the pedals plus they were smelling really bad from the wet days previous. After that we had a nice sandwich & panini, with gateaux of course, at the boulangerie i so got going quite late - our destination of Montbard was looking impossible. ...
Another lazy day, again too drizzly to do laundry. We wandered into town in the afternoon for an explore along the canal path. Pretty trees and pretty peacock bushes led us to a floral bridge opposite the train station into the town centre. Looking back through the photos, it actually looks quite cute but, honestly, it was awful! Being Sunday, everything was closed and ************e was about but the few ...