Hostellerie des 3 Pigeons
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We had left Périguex early as we had a long ride of almost 500 km, and were using the main roads. In the Burgundy region, we started to take the secondary roads and we came along the side of the Canal du Centre and stopped to see one of the locks in operation.
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We arrived in brion, burgundy and were unable to find astrids house, even though the town only had 10 houses in it (and a church!) But wow, what a house! Built in 1877 and with 12 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms an orangerie, two barns, the remains of a tennis house .... The list goes on! We were treated to some wonderful hospitality by Astrid and ...
... place to use as a base from which to do day cycles.
The cycle path approach to Bourbon is through a huge park into the lower town on the Loire. The walled medieval town and the Tourist Office are on a hill above the river so it was a bit of a push to get up there at the end of the day but so worth it.
According to Wikipedia, Bourbon is in the heart of ...
The next day, tarped up against certain rain at some point in the day, we did the glide from Nolay back down the PLM rail bed to Satenay in record time.
We picked up the Canal du Centre and the Euro Vélo 6 route again, so ending our Burgundian Deviations. Looking at the map, we can see we have only cycled a small section of the many well-developed cycle routes through the gorgeous countryside ...
... put John shore where he had to do an acrobatic dismount of ST over the bow to get to the tannoy which didn’t work. We then saw another boat coming the other way just as the lock keeper appeared so we had to wait. It turned out to be a couple of Americans flying a red ensign and not their flag!
When we arrived at Genelard where there were no moorings left with electric but we would be OK. John and ...