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Travel Blogs from Sarreguemines
... drive :-) and I could relax and watch the beautiful French scenery unfolding before us. Skimming past the borders of Germany we safely arrived at around 5.45pm a long 5 and a half hrs drive just stopping for a couple of comfort breaks!! And forking out a couple of arms and legs on tolls , traversed the town of Saverne and it's road works and diversions for our overnight stop, the site is ok but pitches are a little tight and boy is it hot, sitting here sipping a cold one ...
The boat a no go so hollow for a locoboat marshall. He arrives around 9.30, cusses and curses for a while then tells up he has to find a new starter motor, hopes to be back around 11.00 am. By now we are starting to look like the real deal of canal riff raff. And we term worse onto some of the other hire boat cowboys who really do not have a clue. Part fitted, underway with morning lost on the water but time does run at a different pace in rural France ...
... in canal elevation being approximately 17 x 3 metres = 50 metres. We have limited supplies left so decide to pull up at a place where we know there is a restaurant plus a Boulanger in the morning for goddies to kick start the day. Berthed the boat only to be told that we could not stay in that particular spot, only problem was that we could not start the motor to shift and with the on-site ...
Same same, sorry about this. We place the nose bag on around 9 then take it easy as most fellow canal boaters shove off. M-L is out and about and comes back with a tale and photographic evidence, the lady that lives across the road for the canal brought her dirty washing down to the canal and went about her business at waters edge, she took said cleaned items back to hang on the line, believe her whites were white as white, always said those washing machines were over rated. We live ...
... to go through 17 locks, now only 20 minutes for the whole operation. It is a tourist attraction in its self. So what is it - it is a giant bath tub that you enter, it is then sealed at each end and then lifts the whole thing up in our case at 45 degrees from bottom river level up 45 metres to the new canal way above. The bath tub filled with water and us weights 850 ton. It is just amazing, such a wonderful feat and a totally unique ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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