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Travel Blogs from Aillant-sur-Tholon
... we use our sun shade bimini or our rain cover.
Isi was sat outside a little later when she was stung by a bee and managed to get the sting out on her left hand ring finger. She took her rings off just before her finger started to swell. She had never had a bee sting before and did not realise how painful they can be.
We have electric but no WiFi so we could only used MiFi for a short while to catch up. Later we played Rummikub before ...
We set off about 9.20 am and headed about 4 km down to Rogny les Sept Ecluse to the first lock of the day. At Rogny it was rainy but they were still trying valiantly to set up for a Nautical fete for the day. We did not want to stay but, as we had not given any notice of our coming to the eclusier, we had a bit of a wait until the next boat in our direction arrived. We then went through the next six locks, choosing to be the first boat in the lock against ...
... We saw 2 weddings taking place and the weather was kind to everyone. Oh yes the last contradiction, we took our seats at a bar and waited so in the end John went inside and ordered our beers. He was not allowed to carry them out himself so the waiter brought them for him. Then when we wanted to leave we got the bill and it included 60 cents for outside service. He also had to take the money in rather than leave it on the table, so outside service? ...
... so we headed for there. We weren't disappointed. The three preceding locks are all manual and have permanent eclusiers who seem to take great pride in their homes. This halt has a set of bollards, water, power and a rubbish bin- all you need! Another boat was there and we soon met Ray and Diane Day, from Cornwall. After an early afternoon drink we decided to have another before dinner and then Denise and I went ...
... town. It had been a walled town with 4 major towers and maybe a water moat. Not much of the walls are left and some have been incorporated into house. There are 3 towers surviving and one had a spire leaning to one side (not as pronounced as Chesterfield church spire which it is said will straighten itself next time a Chesterfield virgin is married there!).
In the religious fervour that gripped France this town had converted ...
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