Hotel de Paris
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... Tyne. A "small world" moment.
When ordering the wine, I did ask for "un demi", but, we received a full litre. Kathleen decreed we could not drink a litre of wine between us, at lunch time, and then cycle back along the canal, without serious risk of falling in. Solution, I emptied the water from my water bottle and filled it with half a litre of Rose, which we drank later, as we rode back to the van.
... we do not get a reduction in price, which, does not please Kathleen.
But, we have a good view of the Basilica from our pitch, to compensate for the lack of electric hook-up.
An evening stroll across the bridge, into Nevers, rounds off the day.
Nevers is quite a lively town, lots of eating and drinking places, all ...
... off the path, that scattered when we rode past. Our approach into Digoin was again across a canal bridge. These are truly amazing to see. A bridge 15 mts above the river, but with water flowing through it. We rode along the footpath on the side of it, as a tour boat laden with the lunch crowd, crossed beside us. It was built in 1834, it's 243 mts long, 2.3 mts deep and 6.0 mts wide. It's lit of a night time, but we doubt if we can ...
... lost our way, but just for a little way, so once again we did a few more kms than necessary. The last section of our ride today was on a country rode, and the countryside is now quite undulating. A few up hills, which is just what you want at the end of a long ride. However the downhills were good too. We were glad to arrive at our B and B, not really knowing what to expect. Our hostess spoke beautiful English, which was a very pleasant surprise, originally ...
... the track, and high above the river, on a mountain peak. All the slopes were covered in vineyards, and the abbey at the top, the little town, and the views were amazing. Well worth the climb. This is the hill Brett talks about in our Spin Classes, the biggest hill you've ever ridden up, level 22. I was really pleased to make it to the top without getting off and walking. The trip back down was over in minutes. We didn't pedal for more than 3 kms. ...