Alliance Hotel Nevers
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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Finished 'The Key to Rebecca' another spy thriller by Ken Follett. Today we went to Nathalie's parents for lunch. Our hosts were Nardine and Raemond and son in law Francois. Raemond showed us around his garden with canals and a sluice gate, as the house originally had a water mill. The house dates from 10th century and the mill 9 th century. It is part of a ...
... beautifully, and are still the dwellings of many people living there. Imagine Sovereign hill, but still as a living breathing township. This city dated back to the 12 th century. From there we followed the highway, but on a greenway, a cycling/ walking bitumen track, separated from the highway by a strip of trees and bushes. It felt like we were on a little country lane. We came across our first near death experience, when we ...
... We went for a walk around town to explore, that took 5 mins, thought we'd buy an ice cream from the only store, but alas it's closed on Wednesday afternoons. Many of the small towns and villages close in the early afternoon and then reopen later, so we have learnt to get our lunch a bit earlier than normal. When we arrived, our hostess said would we like to join them and some of the other guests for the evening meal, but we had carried our supplies this far, ...
... the track, and high above the river, on a mountain peak. All the slopes were covered in vineyards, and the abbey at the top, the little town, and the views were amazing. Well worth the climb. This is the hill Brett talks about in our Spin Classes, the biggest hill you've ever ridden up, level 22. I was really pleased to make it to the top without getting off and walking. The trip back down was over in minutes. We didn't pedal for more than 3 kms. ...
... 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 ...