Logis du Pont Neuf
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... very long time. Even Kathleen was impressed.
The restaurant/bar is signposted from the canal path. The distance is given as a very optimistic 800 metres, and, no mention is made of the two hills en-route, but who cares?
We also met two English ladies, of a similar age to ourselves, who were spending their holiday cycling the canals of Burgundy. Would you believe, they came from South Gosforth, ...
... underground as on the surface!
We arrive at Camping de Nevers, at about 16:30, to find it, effectively full!
This is the first time this has happened in eight years, we are offered a space down by the river, along with numerous other campervans and caravans which are in this "overflow" area, no electric hook-up is ...
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.
... through the castle we went to the gardens. Unfortunately the fountains were not operational today, but the gardens still looked spectacular. Tonight we had a our farewell dinner at a local restaurant which was delicious with a Seine river cruise afterwards. The river cruise was beautiful going along the Seine at sunset. As we were going past the Eiffel Tower, it started lighting up and as ...
Today has been pretty uneventful with mostly easy riding along the canal, except for the first 25 kms to Bourbon Lancy, which had some good climbs and some good downhills. Gave the legs a bit of a workout. We rode into Bourbon Lancy around a beautiful park with a small lake and some thermal springs. The town was your normal small country town except it had a medieval city, that was almost completely enclosed in the middle. The buildings ...