Hotel-Restaurant de la Poste
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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 ...
... cyclist only managed to eat half of it, before, admitting defeat and requesting a bag to take the rest away with him.
We returned via the Supermarket in Digoin, where I purchased among other things some "Digoinaise sausage", which I cooked for our dinner. Kathleen did actually try some, but, said she did not like it, so, I have the rest of the pack to eat, at some later date!
I also purchased some cheese, local to the area around ...
... all systems GO" for cycling.
It would appear several people on the site are of like mind, our German neighbours pedal off, whilst we are still getting ourselves ready, and, our English neighbours Jerry and Norma.
Eventually, we are off too.
Kathleen is in fine pedalling form, and, we overtake our German neighbours at the first lock.
We do not catch up with Jerry and Norma until ...
Lyon is really only a travel stop on the way to Paris. We stop a Beaune for a bit of free time and some souvenir shopping but nothing to exciting until Paris. We arrive to our Hotel in Paris, The Pullman, at around 4pm, before we get ready to leave at 5.30 for our farewell dinner and night cruise on the Saine. We depart the motel and drive up the ...
... at Buxy we might as well forget it and go straight to Macon using TomTom so we programmed it in and of course it took us on a major green road which was awful, cars racing by and it was so hot 40deg. Stopped after a while and as I really didn't feel too good in that heat and on this awful road we programmed in a town that we stayed in on our first trip St Gengoux le National that we knew was on the cycle route. Another 25k off to our right, the pedalling in ...