Chateau De Germigney
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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We arrived in Gray mid afternoon after travelling from Paris via Dijon and Dole. The Le Boat reception was graciously accommodating seeing as we were a tad early. We had a picnic lunch in the nearby park then did a bit of a shop to stock the boat then a lesson in skippering and boat etiquette (with a French lesson or two thrown in). A BBQ dinner prepared by Chef Clancy topped off a seamless travel day (train x2, car, then boat!). Our first day on Le Saône was pleasant even ...
With Geneva just down the road it seemed like a good idea to go and have a look but in hindsight we wish we hadn't. We had already spent quite a bit of time at the other end of Lake Geneva and its beautiful and we should have left it at that. We got stuck in a traffic jam and sat for quite awhile but on the plus side it gave me time to call my son and have a chat so it worked out fine. I snapped a quick shot ...
... the adventure for this year is now over, and the airports will soon begin. It will be sad to say goodbye to our boat Shannon, but we will see her again next year for more adventures. We need better shelter outdoors so plan to order a thing called a bimini, plus an air conditioner, and maybe even a bow thruster - how fab is that! Already looking forward to 2016 and heading up to the champagne region. (More photo's follow) ...
... On the way into town, T caught her arm on a twig and having thin skin, tore a strip off. When we got to the bar, she asked the barman if he had any dressings (all in mime with no French), he immediately stopped serving the other customers and rushed out, presumably to a pharmacy. He then came back with spray dressing and tape and dressed her wound as I continued to talk to Jenny. What service and he wouldn't accept ...
... little wooden bungalows for two nights so we could do some cooking instead of restaurant eating. Unfortunately, we only had a cursory peek in the window of the bungalow, taken in by its' cute exterior, and when we moved it, found it dark and grimy. Even the dishes were not all that clean.
So we put up with the "ick" factor for one night, saw what we wanted of Dole and decided to leave the next morning. We ...