Balladins Varennes Vauzelles
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... Tyne. A "small world" moment.
When ordering the wine, I did ask for "un demi", but, we received a full litre. Kathleen decreed we could not drink a litre of wine between us, at lunch time, and then cycle back along the canal, without serious risk of falling in. Solution, I emptied the water from my water bottle and filled it with half a litre of Rose, which we drank later, as we rode back to the van.
... we do not get a reduction in price, which, does not please Kathleen.
But, we have a good view of the Basilica from our pitch, to compensate for the lack of electric hook-up.
An evening stroll across the bridge, into Nevers, rounds off the day.
Nevers is quite a lively town, lots of eating and drinking places, all ...
Will write this up as time permits but the highlight for me today was the visit to a little village called Apremont which is very proud of being beautiful and rightly so http://www.apremont-sur-allier.com/the% 20village.html
Before that we went to the city of Nevers.
... It was very hot today, 34 degs I think and sunny. Hottest day so far. We stopped in Pouilly to eat our lunch but Dave and I just found a shady, grassy square and stayed put.
Then we carried onto another medieval town called La Charite-sur-Loire with its old ramparts and very old church (construction started in 1050). It was an awe inspiring church but obviously doesn't ...
... taking the brunt of commerce, many canals are recreational havens. We saw quite a few boats making their leisurely way through the canals and their locks as we pedaled into the ever-present south wind. Riding those 46 miles was a long slog. Beautiful, with stone villages and the ever present churches, but still long, with the wind always pushing against us. We arrived in Montargis in the afternoon. Everyone, it seemed was exhausted from hours of pedaling ...