Moulin de la Brevette
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Meal plan
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It's taken nearly 6 weeks from departing New Zealand to actually get underway on the boat, but perhaps that is all part of the adventure. Unfortunately just after we arrived in Pont de Vaux we had some news that my had father passed away. So I returned to New Zealand and Amanda stayed with the boat. The funeral was a nice one -if there is such a thing - overseen by Rob and Pat, who did all the hard work, found pictures, chose music, wrote eulogy, ...
... and a TV with English and American channels. So we have caught up a bit on world news. On walking around the city centre, this is quite a big place, there was lots happening. Police motorcycles, lots of flashing lights etc, and we saw the start of a big bike race. We still have no idea what race it was, but it looked impressive. Unfortunately we had changed out of our bike gear and didn't join in. We saw the Saone River for the first time, it's ...
... entered a 3 km tunnel. Well lit but no sign of the bats they warned us about. Arrived at Cluny at midday in 33 deg. The largest monastery in the western world, dating from 11th century, but ransacked in the French Revolution. Lunch in a local cafe, followed by a walk around the old town and monastery. A very old town, almost provincial on ...
... our friend Otto in Switzerland for such an occasion. It is more or less home made from his own plums. He also gave me a bottle for our mutual friend in Australia - be warned Lenny Moore, we are coming to get you with a bottle of Cherry liquor, better known as Kirsch. So you had better brace yourself Len!!
The last two days cruising have been mostly uneventful with the first and second mate becoming very proficient on ...
... the canals - first the Ancien Canal and then the Canal du Centre. The Euro Vélo 6, also known under the name "European Rivers Cycle Route" is one of 15 cycle routes in Europe.This is the most famous one, 3,653 km long. It crosses Europe from west to east, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Black Sea, through ten countries. By the end of this trip and including our trip last year, we will have cycled about 2000 km of ...