Hotel de Verdun
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Meal plan
- Pets allowed
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... Lateral de Loire, which we followed for about nine miles until we came to a place called Chevenon.
To all of you chaps out there, if you cycle or otherwise pass this way, you must have lunch in the bar restaurant at Chevenon, not only did we have an excellent lunch, including a litre of Rose, all for 10Euro, but, we were served by a waitress with the shortest skirt, highest heels and longest legs I have seen ...
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The sat-nav plots a route more or less through central Paris.
It is not too bad at first, but, once we have passed La Defence, we seem to spend almost as ...
Will write this up as time permits but the highlight for me today was the visit to a little village called Apremont which is very proud of being beautiful and rightly so http://www.apremont-sur-allier.com/the% 20village.html
Before that we went to the city of Nevers.
... group move on before we started the walk around. Some of the buildings are quite dilapidated but still occupied but those that are crumbling to bits have been abandoned.
After we headed down the hill (where two years ago a HAT tourist in this same tour rode down too fast, missed a corner, hit a tree and died) we continued on our way mainly along cycle only paths or the ...
... a seeming uphill climb against the wind. After leaving Barbizon, we rode through the former royal forest and passed in front of the Fontainebleu chateau again. With better weather, the crowds seemed greater. The sun was out and the castle more photogenic. I did what I so often do, I took more pictures.
France is crossed by canals. Once they were its commercial lifeblood, its primary method of trade and commerce. Today, with railroads ...