Comfort Hotel Paray Le Monial
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... the people in particular were very nice but as for the town itself, it had some classical old buildings at the very top of the mound which the town was built on. It basically had 1 main street with all the shops on leading to a square where a couple of bars in front of a monument and the Hotel de Ville. We would have liked to go up to the top of the old part but Isi had a painful foot which was restricting walking.
Wednesday 25th June 2014
Despite the late night we were up for the 9am lock and again our starter battery failed and had to use our jump lead from the bow thrusters’ battery to the starter. We will have to replace the starter battery as it must have a dead cell even though testing it showed 13 volts. They say that everything happens in threes and this is our third battery to fail this year but it is the oldest one. We had ...
... 8211; 1528 commissioned the fašade of this beautiful mansion built on more ancient buildings. Its style belongs to the first renaissance with its front fašade decorated with medallions, shells, small columns, cherubs and musicians.
Then we went to see the famous Basilica dating back to the 12th century. In 1875 its status was raised to that of minor basilica and dedicated to the Sacred Heart in remembrance of the ...
... to watch the second half where all the action took place. Elizabeth took delight in sounding the boat horn after each goal for Holland and at full time. Dutch John then went on the aft deck to play his saxophone with a tune associated with the Netherlands football victories. It was a great result and international banter with the Dutch switching from Dutch, German and English but all could speak English
Back on ST Isi ...
... charge so put the jump lead on that and the starter and ST started. John reset up the batteries with the solar panel back to the starter.
The drama over we continued to Montceau les Mines without further incident (pronounced in French it sounded like Mussolini), with the 3 Danish men behind us in the locks seeing as they had caught us up,. We moored up next to a pleasant Dutch couple in their cruiser and ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed