Alliance Hotel Nevers
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... property that has been subdivided, there is a grand Chateau through the back gate and a small wood. Raemond has two separate painting studios and a workshop. Considering that he is 84 and she 79 they are marvellous. They served a three course lunch, seafood entree, chicken an tasty veg and then 5 cheeses with three different wines. Marg did pretty well with ...
Today has been pretty uneventful with mostly easy riding along the canal, except for the first 25 kms to Bourbon Lancy, which had some good climbs and some good downhills. Gave the legs a bit of a workout. We rode into Bourbon Lancy around a beautiful park with a small lake and some thermal springs. The town was your normal small country town except it had a medieval city, that was almost completely enclosed in the middle. ...
Woke to a beautiful, sunny morning, although the temp was cool to begin with. We rode beside the Lateral canal for most of the morning before arriving in the gorgeous town of Decize. It was lovely and sunny all day, and the arms are a little pink. When we started our ride a week ago, I could throw my left leg over the bike and panniers much more easily than my right. Now, I am quite ambidextrous. Quite a talent, don't you think. Our bottoms are holding ...
... with panniers fully loaded, and we see many of them as we stop in the villages. Most of them seem to be our age group, although John thinks they are older. I guess we have the time and the money. Surprisingly there are lots of women, in pairs and small groups of 4 or 5. There are also a lot of people cycling along on their own, it would seem to be very lonely to me. There are also lots of cyclists just out riding, on their road bikes. We read on one of the information boards that ...
... the bike way we're more limited as it was bordered by trees and shrubbery for more than half of its length. Some of the time we were close to the river and see the large sand banks and sand bars. Other times we rode through cereal crops where the barley is starting to ripen. The grasses are also flowering and drying off. The Council is mowing the road sides and the sides of the Cycleway. We got home a bit after 3.00 and was pretty ...