Campanile Macon Sud-Chaintre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... way they displayed them in this museum that made me realize it (pic 6). They had the images pressed into clay next to the cylinder.
This museum also had a very large collection of art with a Rubens and a Rembrandt included. Unfortunately, everyone has an off day and these works were not good. I should have taken a picture to prove it but I couldn’t bring myself to do so. The one I did like, however, was by a French artist originally from Lyon named Richard Fleury. ...
... all to be consumed -goats, rabbits from small to giant, different birds, all sorts -
Departed Lauhans and headed back to Pont de Vaux over the next couple of days. Spent 2 nights in Pont de Vaux, refuelled and stocked up then headed for Lyon -3 days cruising south.
Met our first really big lock and handled it superbly. Stopped for the night at Macon and woke there to the sounds of the markets right next door to our mooring. Headed to Lyon -Frances 3rd ...
... coastline with many sandy beaches. Once out of Marseille, the driver put the hammer down and away we went, at speeds approaching 320 km/h. The 427 km/h we experienced on the Shanghai Maglev a few years ago may take some beating!
A very foggy day and often we could not see more than a kilometre or so from the train. However what we did see was as expected for this region of France. Lots of grapes, olives, corn/maize, and lavender. Plus ...
- Got on a train from Brussels to Lyon and had to pay a reservation, however the next one from Lyon to Nice was booked out so we tried out luck. - Once in Lyon we couldn't get on the next one so we decided to crash in Lyon for the night. Looked at a whole bunch of accomodation, but realised the next train was the next morning real early and wasn't worth booking accomo. - We started sleeping in the ...
On Thursday we woke up and had some fresh croissants and coffee after sleeping in late for us. It was nice to relax in seclusion of Bart and Tini's summer home. French homes are all similar with windows with no screens and shutters that close. When we shut the shutters at night it was very dark and cool and we slept like babies. After breakfast we went with Bart for the day to travel through the Beaujolais region of France. This area with it’s over ...