Domaine et golf du Roncemay
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... are docked in is Rogny-les-Sept-Ecluses (the seven locks) referring to the old lock system built in the 1600s that joined the Seine and the Loire. I think the height difference between the two rivers is 30m and the seven locks lifted or lowered boats as required.
The first town we biked to was Chatillon-Coligny. We saw its castle dating back to the 12th century and stopped by a cafe for a coffee. The we set off for ...
... with spreads to start, pasta with tomato sauce and salad for main and lemon sorbet with strawberries to follow. There is plenty of beer, wine and spirits sold on an honesty system that will be toted up at the end. When you buy a bottle of wine, they write your name on it so it can go in the fridge for later (breakfast Neils suggested).
We go off cycling tomorrow but the bargge stays put i think. The facilities are pretty good. The boat is very long and narrow ...
... did see made us clutch the wallet and camera a lot harder!! So we bought some beers and headed back to camp in the rain. Jon tried to help us blend in by opening a can along the canal (purely for our safety!) Back at camp, Jon undertook Sunday's treat. A long chat with Verity during dinner cheered him up a little about the big move. Winner winner chicken dinner then we watched some documentaries before sleepy ...
Up and off. We discovered we'd miscalculated so had 240 miles to do! The first 210 were rolling hay fields... Seriously, for the entire 210 miles!! There were so many more photos but they're all the same... France clearly feeds the world's livestock!! For the last 30 miles, we were on small roads through little deserted villages. We got closer and closer to the satnav said destination and started to worry we'd programmed the wrong place. We were meant to be, according to ...
... to reverse that decision. Fine would have been huge!) Our arrival in Nice was much more of a culture shock than Paris. The train station seemed to be complete chaos, and we had to pay for the first time for a bathroom (which Hannah said was pretty unclean). People were very pushy, and it was hot and muggy. Our hotel is cute, but no a/c and small European rooms. I think we will ...