Domaine du Revermont
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We finally said goodbye to "our" boat this morning and spent a few hours hanging out playing in Branges as we waited for our taxi to Lyon. Amazing what you can do with things around you! Don't you love the little acorn folk? Weather along the boat trip has been awesome - quite lucky from what the locals have said. Food, locations and people just great - couldn't ask for ...
... the sun returns. We are now heading west towards the Parc Natural Regional de Morvan. This is a lovely forested area of gentle hills and lakes. The riding will be lovely if only the weather improves.
We call it a day in the small town of Cuiseaux and check into the only hotel we can find, the Vuillard. The whole town is being dug up, not inspiring.
But the hotel is comfortable ...
... the adventure for this year is now over, and the airports will soon begin. It will be sad to say goodbye to our boat Shannon, but we will see her again next year for more adventures. We need better shelter outdoors so plan to order a thing called a bimini, plus an air conditioner, and maybe even a bow thruster - how fab is that! Already looking forward to 2016 and heading up to the champagne region. (More photo's follow) ...
It’s been another fabulous 4 weeks and now we find ourselves up the Doubs, having travelled through 9 locks from the Saone to get here. No issues with the locks, just one small bump; friendly lock-keepers; a new remote signalling device with which to operate the non-manned locks, plus a requirement to understand the French flashing light system, oh, plus some alarmingly low bridges to duck under - but we kept our heads none the less. We are travelling ...
... t started blooming so I was so thrilled to see these. It's such an iconic part of the French countryside, like the gorgeous fields of poppies we saw on our last trip.
We were back on the river in Seurre and stopped in the village for a mid-morning coffee at a café. It's a small village where everyone probably knows everyone else and for local colour and characters, ...