Campanile Moulin Avermes
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... very long time. Even Kathleen was impressed.
The restaurant/bar is signposted from the canal path. The distance is given as a very optimistic 800 metres, and, no mention is made of the two hills en-route, but who cares?
We also met two English ladies, of a similar age to ourselves, who were spending their holiday cycling the canals of Burgundy. Would you believe, they came from South Gosforth, ...
... underground as on the surface!
We arrive at Camping de Nevers, at about 16:30, to find it, effectively full!
This is the first time this has happened in eight years, we are offered a space down by the river, along with numerous other campervans and caravans which are in this "overflow" area, no electric hook-up is ...
... have sent us on a different route a couple of times, indicating that the most direct way was still under construction. Thankfully, our maps must be a few years old, and the tracks are well and truly paved and completed, saving us quite a few kms. The only drama was a snake which happened to slither across the path, and which John, distracted by a route sign, ran over. No harm to either it or John, thank goodness. We also saw a couple ...
... saw a Maccas sign so John thought we'd eat there for lunch, rather than more salad rolls and pastries. It was brand new, quite unobtrusive, and had lovely picnic tables with umbrellas outside. You ordered from the counter, but they brought it out to you at the tables. The menu was much the same as home. I had a wrap, it wasn't too bad. We rode on along a different canal, Nivernais Canal, for the afternoon, and unfortunately didn't see any more boats coming ...
... bush twice, and then had to do a little jiggle on my seat for the next couple of kms. We cross back and forth over the bridge from time to time, in some places the Loire is so wide there are two bridges to get across. Today's first leg followed the canal along through the villages with their lochs and moorings, before we started the almighty mother of a climb, up an almighty mother of a hill, to visit Sancerre. It's a beautifully historic ...