Hostellerie de la Poste
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about Roman times and their ingenuity and it is always a challenge to see how long I can hold off from a 'nice one centurion' or 'what have the Romans ever done for us' and in this case it was about 5 minutes. So we walked around the museum and sat and watched a film they had of the story and then watched a bit of a demonstration of fighting that seemed to be put on for a group of schoolchildren although there was a lot of talking so it was ...
... thought the price was right and we would have a go. At the pool I decided to see if I could get a new pair of short French style budgie smugglers. Jess told the woman behind the counter that I was a grand plus(extra large) and I took offence and said there was no way I was a grand plus, maybe I was a grand. (Some of the following may not have happened) To back up my argument I whipped the sixpack out and I could tell by the admiring glances ...
... it was. We passed a few walkers and saw some fishermen and a few lycra-clad cyclists, but no moving boats and very little birdlife.
We passed through a village called St Remy and then stopped for lunch at some picnic tables beside the bridge in the village of Buffon. It was really hot by ...
... the warm sun and then went for a walk around the town.
Montbard is on the R. Brenne and the Burgundy Canal.
It owes a lot to a man called Buffon and there is a tower , museums and gardens named after him.
Montbard is unusual in that it has a ...
... river Armancon. The very helpful man in the TO, who spoke good English, gave us a map with a town trail on it
the town is picturesque, but a lot of the old buildings and shops are either shut up, for sale or just been left to decay.
The church was badly damaged in the Revolution and restored in the 19thC ...