Hotel Restaurant de La Basilique
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... and has an authentic medieval belfry, wooden frame houses and fortifications which date from 1495. In the Middle Ages, Bourbon-Lancy was an important stronghold and a fief of the Boubon family, and its suffix is derived from the name of a member of the family. It's a spa town with thermal springs, used since Roman times. Apparently Cardinal Richelieu and many other famous ...
... as well as along the Canal de Bourgogne. We are already thinking about working them into another trip.
We looped south, then north off the canal into the quiet countryside and its beautiful farms, then crossed the canal. There we decided to forego another loop south off the canal and just follow it on the road, a shorter route, until we could pick up the Euro Vélo route again further along. It ...
... next lock so they are expecting you too but at dinner time the locks close for an hour.
John was worried we might weaken or damage the bow thrusters’ battery by using it so much so much or wasting diesel by letting ST tick over for so long in each lock. So once we had left John and Elizabeth John asked one of the lock keepers if there was a farmer’s garage as we were looking for a big tractor battery as ST’s basically has ...
... them to stop and he sang us a couple of songs so we plied them with red wine as a thank you. Isi retired at midnight along with a couple of others but later on one of the Danes stood up and promptly fell over like a felled tree completely smashing a table and dish. The other Danes apologised profusely and offered to replace them but John and Elizabeth said not to worry.
The BBQ must have broken up about 1am but it was another great international ...
Monday 23rd June
We were getting ready for a 9 o'clock start so John went to the boulangerie. We had 3 lifting bridges and even though only 2 boats could get in the lock we went through with 2 Dutch boats as we could not see how the bridges operated. They had 2 vertical red lights (meaning out of action) on yesterday and boats went up to it and it opened! What we didn’t see was a twist pole as we have had ...