Comfort Hotel Paray Le Monial
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had left Périguex early as we had a long ride of almost 500 km, and were using the main roads. In the Burgundy region, we started to take the secondary roads and we came along the side of the Canal du Centre and stopped to see one of the locks in operation.
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... we were extended was amazing, even if we couldn't fully understand the conversations! We had dinners at brion, and grandmas house ( a 1970's barn conversion) A wonderfully close family that loved spending time together and were all helping out to renovate the house, just as they helped the grandma with the barn conversion in the mid ...
... connecting Digoin with Diou, a town about 20 km to the west, in order to provide a navigation route between the Loire and the Seine. Seeing the Loire again felt significant as our cycle trip last year ended on the Loire as we cycled it eastwards. This time we headed west along it.
At Digoin, the Euro Vélo route took us north of the Loire to the countryside, then back to ...
... one I could buy (Donna's strategy), and when she said no, I looked very woebegone and explained that we would be gone before the gallery opened. She responded appropriately and gave it to me. I was very happy!
Further out of Montceau, we passed an immense nuclear cooling tower practically in the back yards of some houses, a huge abandoned coal loading facility and a brick factory that is now ...
... Christ to a visitation to a nun now known as Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque which took plc in the 17th C and it became a great place of pilgrimage following these apparitions. It seemed extremely light and bright inside considering it did not seem to come from the windows, then we discovered the walls and ceilings had all been painted a kind of yellow ochre with white lines to show where the cement was. (The outside needs a stone clean ...