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... tour of the Hotel Dieu. This iwas a hospital built in 1452 which was created for the poor but also the nobility. The recreation of the rooms were lifelike. The hospital roof was built from colored tiles set in a pattern. This style was taken from the Flemish influence in this area.
On our return to the boat we had ...
We finally said goodbye to "our" boat this morning and spent a few hours hanging out playing in Branges as we waited for our taxi to Lyon. Amazing what you can do with things around you! Don't you love the little acorn folk? Weather along the boat trip has been awesome - quite lucky from what the locals have said. Food, locations and people just great - couldn't ask for ...
... and unfortunately were disappointed! We decided to eat off their mid priced menu X the choices appealed to us both. We both chose the terrine to start and the Farmhouse Chicken for main. Both were good but certainly not exceptional or even special. Dessert, chocolate macaroon, however, was gorgeous! Wine was good by pretty expensive. Overall we felt it was expensive.
... up and would come in out of the rain. After a while we realised that they must have gone by, so we packed up and followed suit, by which time the rain has eased and the sun was coming out and drying all the roads.
Passing as near Paris as we would dare and through a tunnel whose roof seemed so low Mr Pullen had to duck to avoid the ceiling fans, we emerged onto less and less crowded roads, where filtering was no longer a necessity. This was ...
... put Rick further back, and Carole brought up the rear but she kept on plugging away and didn't seem to mind.
After some ups and downs and a missed turn, too, we reached the one named col on our route today, Col d'Évosges, for the usual photo ops. About a kilometre further down the road was the town of Évosges where we stopped for snacks and drinks at the little café attached to the inn there. After about 20 minutes and a couple ...