Hotel-Restaurant Le Relais du Canalou
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... artworks, there was a signpost for a bar/cafe, so, we return there for lunch.
The bar/cafe is certainly quaint, as we arrive two British motorcyclists are just leaving. The bar is attached to a "grocery" shop, which appears to sell just about everything.
I do think the impression given, of live music, in the sign, is slightly miss-leading, the whole Bar is smaller than our Lounge at home!
We are served our beers in English ...
... all systems GO" for cycling.
It would appear several people on the site are of like mind, our German neighbours pedal off, whilst we are still getting ourselves ready, and, our English neighbours Jerry and Norma.
Eventually, we are off too.
Kathleen is in fine pedalling form, and, we overtake our German neighbours at the first lock.
We do not catch up with Jerry and Norma until ...
We arrived at this rural campsite that is now owned by a Dutch couple, after checking us in we setup on a temporary pitch but it actually worked very well with much privacy We had a nice afternoon in the sun and had a lovely BBQ with our special recipes of ...
Today we visited the town of Paray-le-Monial a Beautiful Town... Running along side the canal with some truly magnificent building adjacent, very clean and well kept gardens, streets and town centre. Being a Monday morning it was very quiet with most shops and restaurants closed. Aire is only a few minutes walk into the town and there are a number of Motorhomes here unlike most where your lucky if there another one or ...
Saint-Christophe-en-Brionnais Sunday afternoon walk. A very quiet Aire with only the tractors of local farmers disturbing the tranquility of the setting, a real treat for a lazy Sunday Afternoon. We were the only ones that night staying... A slight issue arriving on the site was the rear bar catching on the road surface even bring some Tarmac up as Herman negotiated the roads ...