Hotel du Beryl
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... this episode in the blog because it's all too depressing. However in the interests of veracity I'll summarise.
It was very wet, getting dark and the autoroute was very busy. No compressor this time so it's phone time. My breakdown insurance (Axa through Carole Nash) cannot recover me themselves from the autoroute, telling me I have to go through ...
... Eldon thought the zucchini had maple syrup in it. He loved it but isn't one to be crazy of maple syrup. The duck was delicious, some of the best we have ever had; it was cooked really nice.
We then had a bowl of sweet red fruits and a little cream for dessert. Our friend ordered us an after dinner drink that was really good but loaded with alcohol. We got to be around 9:30. I slept like a baby.
Louhans has been holding its Monday morning market for centuries, touted as one of the most authentic, vibrant markets in France. The Grand Rue, where much of the market is held, is inside the old medieval walls and the streets are lined with vendors selling everything from bric-a-brac to fresh fruits & vegetables, meats, cheeses & flowers to clothing, bolts of cloth and ...
... the nerves, but as it turned out, pretty effective - we got there in the end. Lost or not: the route was spectacular. Beautiful (thin) winding mountain roads with Jo gasping for air as she looked out over the drop just centimetres from her car window. Water falls, rustic tunnels hacked out of the rock, the occasional lycra clad cyclist slogging their way up. As we got towards the top and the country opened up a bit to alpine meadows, ...
... Company there were extra instructions to not moor in the zone and if the red lights flashed on an alarm post we should not enter. We didn't have any alarms, but we went through this section without hanging around.
In a few miles we made a stop at a mooring at Choisey to get some water as it was marked on our information but the tap was too far away and only used for ...