Hotel les Diligences
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... and brother, the cousin, family friends, uncle and aunt, grandma and anybody else who dropped in! Long lunches and dinners, where we noticed that a cheese platter is always served after main, to cleanse the palette before dessert. We also noticed that it's never too early for chocolate. Why not sprinkle it on your baguette for breakfast? ...
Well! So we had a good night but woke to dismal misty morning. We are planning to go to st Christophe en Brionnais. On leaving the village, the road we wanted was closed meaning an extra 40km drive.
Rotten weather, so we looked at the map and chose to stop at Digoin.
As we ...
... history visited the springs.
The young woman in the Tourist Office was about the only unhelpful person we have encountered on our whole trip. As on other trips, we have been overwhelmed by people's kindness and cordiality. She claimed most places were full and reluctantly called a small hotel I had seen in the lower town. They had a room but we couldn't check-in until ...
... a busy road fortunately and just as we were approaching our destination for the night, Montchanin, a ride of 48 km., the heavens opened. We had the incredible luck to be cycling through a big park at that moment and what should appear, but a big picnic shelter. We scooted in and had lunch until the rain let up and then made for nearby Montchannin, not looking our best!
Montchannin is not a ...
Monday 23rd June
We were getting ready for a 9 o'clock start so John went to the boulangerie. We had 3 lifting bridges and even though only 2 boats could get in the lock we went through with 2 Dutch boats as we could not see how the bridges operated. They had 2 vertical red lights (meaning out of action) on yesterday and boats went up to it and it opened! What we didn’t see was a twist pole as we have had ...