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The wind is making the leaves of the trees rustle and the branches are bouncing up and down and side-to-side. There are only three cars including mine, and three lorries, that I can see in this aire. It’s quiet.
I’ve just had my chewy-bear sweets from the hotel room last week. I’ve had water. I’ve had a rest. I’m ready to go.
... the heritage obviously.Apparently lots of fashion outlets here too from high end Paris houses..passed some as we drove in. Only a couple of champagne shops no cellars in this town..you need to travel out to the countryside. Sunday means church visiting so went to one where they were singing a Mass in Gregorian chant..with the acoustics of St Urbino.wonderful..D finds it hard to appreciate any style of religious pursuit! ...
... road on the wine map -Anne S had loaned us and so found Gayle and Ian's place.Terrific house which is being renovated about 10 km out of Tournas. Had a good chat and lovely lunch and then toured the area.Tournas on Saone river which makes Yarra look like a creek.Has an impressive Abbey and we enjoyed seeing the ancient frescoes in the crypt and church.mosaics uncovered recently see photos 1000 years old post Roman! Another church founded ...
We didn't have breakfast at the hotel, it was too late it stopped at 10am. We cycled round the corner to the shopping street as peter needed some new trainers, his old ones soles were so smooth they kept slipping off the pedals plus they were smelling really bad from the wet days previous. After that we had a nice sandwich & panini, with gateaux of course, at the boulangerie i so got going quite late - our destination of Montbard was looking impossible. ...
... and also lily pads, looks like there's never a boat on it, we haven't seen one all day. On entering there's lots of roadworks, it's a very large & busy town & so we stop to look for hotels, there are so many but it's really noisy near where we are at the rail station so cycle on. Lucky we did as it's the most beautiful town, so many 16c old wood panelled buildings it's quite breathtaking. Into the centre & it's really buzzing with tourists and street ...