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... flows into the Seine and the Atlantic. We expected to see some signage or recognition of the start of the Burgundy Canal but there was only one graffiti'd sign and nothing about the velo route.
Having travelled the official 212k from Dijon to the end we were disappointed to see it finish with so little fanfare. Maybe in future years when the last section is completed this will happen, but in the meantime, we have enjoyed ...
Hands up everyone who knows where I got the title for today's entry. I'll give the answer tomorrow for anyone who isn't au-fait with comedy movie classics of the 1960's.
In truth, I pose the question simply as an entrée to the blog theme for today: my health.
I am in reasonably good shape 24 days into the trip, thank God. I have been bothered with blisters quite a lot, which has surprised me given the fact that I wasn't ...
Hi, my battery is low and I'm blogging from the tourist office, so I'll keep this brief.
I had a great time with my hosts in Coole, who invited me to join them and some close relatives and friends for Sunday lunch at a neighbour's house in the village. We had lots to eat and drink (tres leisurely) and so I didn't start my 4hr walk until late afternoon. This turned out to be a wise move as it meant I avoided the worst of another hot ...
... and do a day trip the next day to Noyers-sur- Sereine, another Plus Beaux Village 20 kilometers away.
It was a good day for our excursion, with a cloud cover keeping the temperatures in check for our ride through the hills to the neighbouring valley. The scenery was a bit different to what we had experienced on the canal, with open pasture land under what looked like wheat or barley. We also passed a free range pig farm with lots of little humpy style ...
... toll points as toilets. The rest of the day cost the best part of $60 in tolls but at least we were able to maintain about 95 kph, rather than the 40 kph of the morning. The speed limit on the motorway is 130 in the dry, and 110 in the wet.
We came across the Champagne-Ardennes area too quickly - we will have to call in there at the end of July. There are wind farms there in every direction, hundreds of turbines.
Fuel here is around $2.35, in UK about ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed