Hotel du Beryl
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... cows with bells round their necks! And then we were there. Lamoura. Hm, what can I say? Perhaps the village charm only shines through when clad in snow. There are a couple of hotels (with restaurants) and a few shops but for the most part, the place looked shut down. We are sure that there would be much more happening during the ski season. After a quick lap of the main, we ended up back at the hotel for our meal. All four of us ...
... plats" meaning main dishes. So we were happy to tuck into that again, albeit as the first course of a menu du jour. We were really hungry!
The next morning, Jim did his usual barista routine on our little butane stove, and coffee in hand, life felt pretty good gazing out over the river with another day's cycle adventure ahead.
... br> We drove, stopped for pics as often as we could, my passengers held on tightly to the door handles...
'Lynda the Brave' hung out the window to take photos! She did take some amazing shots...
We passed the Belgian Cycle Team on their training run... madness I say!
A late lunch at 3pm somewhere along the way & texted Stephan the host of our next place who was waiting ...
... of the Boats on Sunday the 15th.
More about the trip in a bit, but we ended up docking at a quiet halt outside a village called Choisey, about 3 km from Dole. It was quiet and peaceful with a nice meadow near by and we had heard that space was hard to find in Dole for our size barge, with tricky slope sided public quays.
So we spent Thursday night at Choisey, including a nice chat and wine with a British ...
... causing such a sideways drift before the lock. Then we came across one that had a simple diversion to it so the flow was not across and made life so much easier.
On reaching Dole It looked impressive as we entered by the old city walls. We went to the marina and John negotiated our 13 day stop over for the price of 10 days with water and electric included €72 ...