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We were bussed into Tournus for our walking tour as our ship was still being repaired from its previous bingle. Tournus was an old walled town, as most of them are, and it's main attraction was St Philibert Abbey. A Romanesque church, it was built between the 10th and 12th centuries and contained a quite large crypt originally used as ...
... happy birthday Shez) After dinner, we decided to share 1 bottle of rosé which soon turned into numerous. A game of kings started with our group of girls and the noise attracted a group of Boys from another tour. Let's just say the 'gecko' card got everyone up and about...with lots of bruises in the morning. The night got a bit louder than we expected so the Contiki onsite team moved us down to the cove where we continued to ...
... wide and 7m long with 2 bunk beds inside. By the time our bags were inside we had a walkway of half a meter to get around...home sweet home for 2 nights. We enjoyed roast chicken, veggies and amazeballs for dinner, then time to get ready for the cave. We decorated white dresses with colourful Paint, getting it all over the bathroom and ourselves. We jumped and danced in our sneakers and were in bed at 3:00am after a shower feeling a little under the ...
... all to be consumed -goats, rabbits from small to giant, different birds, all sorts -
Departed Lauhans and headed back to Pont de Vaux over the next couple of days. Spent 2 nights in Pont de Vaux, refuelled and stocked up then headed for Lyon -3 days cruising south.
Met our first really big lock and handled it superbly. Stopped for the night at Macon and woke there to the sounds of the markets right next door to our mooring. Headed to Lyon -Frances 3rd ...
... quite violently. But we survived and pottered down the rest of the canal at a stately 4 mph.
Invited to Alan and Shiela's boat for drinks and nibbles which turned into getting quite sloshed. An enjoyable way to end the day.
We are taking it easy over the next couple of days and then heading on our first foray down the canals, up the Saone, and onto the Sellie River heading to Louhans. Quite the little adventurers.
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