La Lucarne aux Chouettes
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... the most: Headwater. Best when pronounced with a French accent not pronouncing the "H" and using the special "R" French sound. Even then, without the benefit of GPS, the internet, and much less iPhones, this British tour company was truly top notch. ;-) The bikes, the panniers and the directions were all better. You also get to stay two nights in each place which gives people the option to explore the town and surrounding areas or to just relax on ...
... and bought freshly-baked baguette, brioche and pain au chocolat for breakfast which was so cool! Apparently the van run started a few years ago when the boulangerie in Gigny closed down. We made it to Chablis for the last hour of the market and were not disappointed. Neither by the views of rows of vines on entering the village and pretty flower boxes planted up along the river, nor by the quality and variety of produce at the market. ...
... so we are now moored by the bank and this afternoon are going to visit Claret vineyards. So thought that I'd better do it now as later might not be too bright an idea.
so there we are. Will see if I can get some photos through.
shall speak tomorrow. In Paris today they are having huge marches and displays of might. Probably be on your telly.
Today was our first full day on the barge! We cruised on the Yonne River. The boat went through 4 locks which Evan, Taylor, and I got to help with. At some locks we got to get off the boat and ride our bikes to the next lock. I can even bike faster than the barge! Then we had an amazing lunch that Gail (the chef) cooked for us. It was so yummy! After that, we relaxed on the barge before ...
Wednesday 9th July 2014
It was another lazy start, but productive, in as much as we completed blog write ups, Isi then typed them up and sorted photos and went over to the Capitainerie to publish, as John went off to find some shopping. He came back with a baguette and a very expensive cheese from the brand new Fromargerie we saw yesterday. There were samples on the counter for him to try and it was just so nice he bought some, ...