Ibis Nuits Saint Georges
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... town (as it’s now called), the sun came back out. We returned to Beaune with a bevy of great pictures of these quaint and historic places, and then proceeded to pig out on Beef Bourguignon and Coq au Vin at a restaurant downtown. We also enjoyed some pretty delicious wines on this day (and most days of this trip, in case you hadn’t guessed).
The last day in Beaune was dedicated to wine-tasting. Monday morning at promptly ...
... required some significant cosmetic repairs. Bet it wasn't too serene in the wheel house when boat met bridge! No mention of that captain's current employment status either. All this meant we would be bussed to our next destination, which fortunately was very close, only 25 mins in the bus. River cruising IS leisurely by comparison. This time, predominantly Aussie passengers. We even had our same ...
... brûlée for desert. Our first really great French meal this trip. Waddled home after lunch and wine tasting, had a rest and then went out to take photos. Beaune is a beautiful little city, and there were buskers everywhere playing French music, so a really nice time to wander. Came home with some good local cheeses, ham and baguettes and opened the Gevrey Chambertin. Nice evening on the courtyard as the sun went down. Great day in ...
After lunch in Nevers, we rode the short distance to la gare past the little two star Hôtel de Cleves where we had enjoyed staying last year. After new surroundings day after day for 5 weeks, it felt odd to be in a European town that felt so familiar. Nevers doesn't seem to be that well known as a tourist destination but we think it's a lovely place - big enough to have many services but with a compact and interesting old town ...
After our shopping for parts, we left and headed back along the Saône and then turned onto the Canal du Rhone au Rhin towards Dole. After collecting a new type of lock zapper, we went a few miles plus 3 locks and found a free overnight mooring at Abergement. There were no facilities only a set of bollards on a concrete quay for 3 boats. There was a skate board park, picnic area and basketball court. At dusk all the places were taken on the quay. ...
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