Hotel la Bonbonniere
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A Mary Day Grand Finale 10/23/2014
Last full day on the Caprice. My morning routine hasn't changed. Dressed and out real early, the quiet mornings in the French countryside are beautiful. Cool, overcast and foggy will define our weather for the day. Breakfast served and the decoration pixies have been busy overnight with a Happy Birthday celebration for Mary. ...
... it interesting. Another Notre Dame church. This one is in a completely different style than the Notre Dame’s in Paris and Dijon. An interesting little city that one could spend much more time than the 2 hours we had.
We bus back to the canal and join the Caprice. It is cool but a great day for walking and biking. The locks are at close ...
So "sous" me Tuesday – 10/21/2014
Tuesday was planned to be a half day in Dijon to tour the city and start our cruise to the west on the Canal, paralleling the River Ouche. Plumbing problems and plans don't mix well. The plumbing problem of the previous evening was more than expected. Donald had to do some plumbing duty that may ...
... to be 2 meters with a draft on the Caprice of a little over 1 meter. Apparently the canals are now infrequently dredged and judging by the muddy water we kicked up, I would say the 2 meter average depth is a stretch
Canals in recent times have primarily been utilized by the tourist industry. On our trip, we met no cargo barges and being very late in the tourist season, only a few ...
... umbrellas and drove to Chateauneuf-en-Auxois. We could feel our cameras getting warm in our hands as we clicked off more pictures than we had in any other village. It was so picturesque. The panoramic views of trees, pastures, fields and canals under the gray skies filled our lenses. The walls and towers of the Chateauneuf created a sense of security for this ...