Hotel-Restaurant de la Poste
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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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... experience this turned out to be, we headed into the Information centre to find somewhere to stay, the 1st place was booked so she rang another that was just out of town and WOW, this couple were wonderful, their friend turned up and he was a wine maker and they insisted we try his wine with them – one thing lead to another and we were then having a visit to his wine cave ...
... we went to his Cave and were tasting a 1986 wine which was incredible!!!! Much discussion about his wines and what years were the best which George was able to quote off the top of his head! he then showed us the area where he makes his wine followed by our purchase of 6 bottles.
2011 for 5 Euro 2009 for 6 euro and 1993 for 10 euro amazing prices. Said our farewells after discussing the return to pick next year LOL.
... which seemed odd and when I questioned her on that she simply shoved the phone at me so I had to struggle to clarify that with the hotel owner who spoke no English. We finally agreed to a 4:00 check-in. We went off to have lunch in a little café down the street.
When we returned to the square where the Tourist Office was to have a look around, I noticed that the door to ...
... where we had another Charlolais steak dinner that night, since we were again in cattle country.
We learned that Paray-le-Monial is in the heart of the Charlolais-Brionnais area (no wonder we were seeing all those cream-coloured cattle), and is the next largest religious pilgrimage centre after Lourdes. We had noticed huge tents set up as we rode in and thought perhaps a circus was coming to ...