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... to see no more as they were a little depressing. Tomorrow is 'French chateau day' as we have decided that French wine and wines merchants are not worth our time; so won't be visiting any cellar doors. Sooner drink Portuguese or Spainish wine, but cannot buy those in France! Will add some picture to this blog when the internet download capability ...
Never say "Nevers"...without thinking "charming"! Our friends Jen and Jim (of the bike-riding France fame) had recommended Nevers as a follow-up to Magny-les-Villers, still in the Burgundy region, but right on the western boundary. Packing up the Duster we left La Maison de Deux Clochers, the vineyards and vendange behind and drove through the beautiful ...
... available. The food there was delicious. Max and I both got pizzas with marinated beef, onions,cheese and tomatoes on. For dessert, I got two balls of icecream- one was praline and the other was vanilla with whipped cream. Then, the storm came. All of a sudden, the sky vanished. Black clouds were everywhere and you could no longer see on the other side of the bridge. The heavens opened and ...
Today we drove to Puy De Dome. It was quite an early start as we wanted to fit a lot into the day. Firstly, we drove to Volvic and visited the Volvic production place. We got to learn all about how they get the water and then got to try all different types of Volvic drinks. Then, we got Nutella crepes, yum! ...
... get a train that afternoon to Dijon, which we had skipped in order to do our Burgandy deviations. From Dijon, we would take another train to Strasbourg back in the Alsace region of France and from there we thought we should have enough time to cycle on the Euro Vélo 15 to Frankfurt. Yup, a bit addicted you might say. And as it was July 14, Bastille Day in Dijon sounded like a good party!