Domaine du Revermont
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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My proposed route will take me from Corps to Le Pont-de-Claix on the N85 Route Napoleon where I will join the autoroute to Voiron, avoiding Grenoble city.
Then onto the D1075 to Les Abrets, Morestel, Amberiue-en-Bugay, and Bourg-en-Bresse. Then back onto the autoroute for a blast to Dijon, Nancy, Metz, and into Luxembourg where I will pick up the main highway through Belgium ...
... cheese, and we are in a cheese and wine making area. We found a cheese shop and stopped. They made morbier and comte cheese here. It was a neat little shop. We then spotted a winery open for tasting, so we stopped there. We must have tasted 5 different wines, none of which I cared for. They were all very acidic for my liking. We left the main highway and just drove through several little French villages.
... chicks, all being watched over by the farmer and his/her dog! Buyers armed with cartons or wooden crates haggled over the feathered friends, and when a sale was made the hapless bird was unceremoniously gripped by its leg and tossed into his new home...quelle un surprise! It was fascinating to watch this trade take place, probably unchanged over the span of centuries!
Appetite whetted, it ...
... 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, ...
The storm blew through Besançon and we saddled up the ponies and took to the road again. One of the things I really appreciate about cycle touring is how quickly you leave behind the noise and bustle of a town or city of any size once you are on the cycle path again. The Doubs River and the Canal du Rhone au Rhine swept us out into the lush countryside once again on our way to Dole.
There's always ...