Hotel La Croix De Vernuche
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... Nevers crossing the Loire River. Walked Nevers old town and found a lovely restaurant with fixed price plates. Oysters, then herring (for Sonja)' cold chicken & an egg (Alan's)' then lamb & steak respectively. All for 15€ each. Medieval towns we drove through & saw through the day were amazing & amazingly quiet - almost dead. ...
... have a write-up of this lovely town in it!
Sadly, the one day of the week Nevers' big, covered market is closed is Mondays, so we weren't able to do our usual market exploration the following day, before departing west towards the Atlantic Ocean...perhaps next trip, when we'd also try to get to Sancerre, the white wine region just north of Nevers!
... available. The food there was delicious. Max and I both got pizzas with marinated beef, onions,cheese and tomatoes on. For dessert, I got two balls of icecream- one was praline and the other was vanilla with whipped cream. Then, the storm came. All of a sudden, the sky vanished. Black clouds were everywhere and you could no longer see on the other side of the bridge. The heavens opened and ...
... we started our drive to Puy De Dome. On the way, I popped into a patisserie and got bread and flan for later on. Once we arrived at Puy De Dome, we got jumpers and bought train tickets to go up the mountain/volcano. The train ride took 15 minutes to climb 1435 foot high. Once we were at the top, the view was ...
... we had been tracking positioned itself directly overhead and let loose.
We had just passed through the little village of Gannay-sur-Loire whose distinguishing historical feature seemed to be the Arbre de Sully, the stump of a tree planted by during the reign of Henry IV. Fortunately there was a farm on the outskirts with a big barn whose bulk and a nearby tree sheltered us ...