Fasthotel Bourg En Bresse
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... then left for Macon. The views along the river were beautiful. We even saw sheep grazing near the edge of the water.
After a delicious dinner we were entertained with a French lesson from our program director, Nicolas. We learned about the French language and this was followed by cheese tasting. A very active day for ...
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 ...
... countryside but the second half seems less attractive as it appears generally more commercial after Orleans. Eventually, about 6:30 pm we arrive at the hotel! Our room is good with views over the river Soane.
Prior to dinner we ŵent for a short walk along the banks of the river and it was very pretty.
We had been looking forward ...
Today we set off in the morning again, after a very tasty breakfast. Today's 35km were along the blue bike track, which followed the river to Tournus. It was quite a straightforward day, with one of the directions stating 'follow the path straight for 26km!' Understandably, we were getting bored, so by about half way through when we saw an information centre, we decided to stop. She was very helpful and spoke great english, informing ...
... I am sorry I have to take a break from doing this daily ships log entry as the mutinous river trash I have as a crew are making threatening gestures about how I might like a little dip in the putrid drain that serves as the French canal! Now back to ships log. The primary task of the break was to break the seal on a 5 litre cask of Chateau Cardboard, vintage French Rose. Spirits are now riding high among the crew and the galley contingent ...