Ibis Styles Macon Saint Albain La Salle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place called Chateau de Cormatin, it's a early seventeenth century chateau that fell on hard times and was almost destroyed with neglect but which has been bought and is very slowly been restored has it would have looked in the seventeenth century. That took us all afternoon and was very hot so we were very glad to get back on the ...
... we choose the winery because it was so very hot 30c and we thought it might be cooler, plus there was free alcohol. As it turned out we had just come out of the winery when one of our party was overcome with the heat (no is wasn't Patricia). The lady was taken to hospital but rejoined the ship later on. We got to the ship quite late in the afternoon and just had time to unpack before dinner was served. The food ...
... of wheat and corn. It was also longer than John had worked out, he needs some tips on addition, and we didn't realise it was 5 km off the track into CHALON Sur Saone. The parts of the ride along the canal were very picturesque, with lots of boats, lots of bends and again lots of locks. To our surprise today's sections along the canal, have the canal running downstream to the East, to run into the Saone, so the locks were all going down. There was even ...
The day began with a number of hills, although plenty of downhill stretches as well. Through wine country. An early stop for coffee then we were cycling on an old railway line with a very smooth seal surface. Largely flat, although closer to Cluny there were a few hills. A stunning view of a hilltop chateau where we took many photos. Shortly after ...
... It was worth seeing, you could buy a live cow if you so desired! Today was Ann's birthday so my attention was devoted to the cake stall! After getting my crew on board - it was the rallying call of- "all hands on deck, prepare to ram" - that finally did the job as they had been too interested in the baked potatoes that were cooking in goose fat under the rotisserie down in the market. We then set sail for the 20 k dash to the village ...