La Cote Saint Jacques
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the local bakers!
We ate only two dinners on board; usually eating at restaurants in the villages. Some were very small with limited menu, others large with gourmet food. In one small town the only place open that evening was a pizza joint, but we were starving, so happy to find that small place.
We were disappointed at how many places were closed –not sure if it was the time of day or the time of season that caused this. We ...
... who was evidently very distressed was trying to get the poor information woman to tell him if it was going to rain in the next few days. The woman kindly showed him the weather page on the ipad and he exasperatedly said, "I can't read what it says, can you just tell me?" At which point, Brian found it necessary to tell him that for a special fee, he would guarantee that it would not rain.
Upon hearing an English speaker he then started ...
Jackie gives an open invitation to all her guests to join her at the Protestant French church 20 mins away which we had thought we would like to do. But after a run of busy days and not wanting to miss the market in Chablis in the opposite direction, we decided to miss out on a French experience of church. We did however get to experience the little boulangerie van which drives round the villages 4 mornings a week so we ran out at the toot of ...
Today we cruised from Champs sur Yonne to Accolay. While on the barge we went through 8 locks. I beat my Mom and Dad in dominoes. When the barge was docked for the day, we got off and drove to some very old caves for a tour. There we saw 26,000 ...
... boat, had a birds eye view. It was magnificent. They were fired in the air and showered down on us with incredible illuminations and variety. This went on for half an hour accompanied by music.
Then to bed and this morning a typical French breakfast with fresh rolls, croissants,cheese, fruit, juices and cereal, and, of course, coffee.
After breakfast we set sail and went through four locks only, mainly ' cos the lock keepers were on ...