La Montagne de Brancion
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... after that, you were on your own.
Of course, there was no way (without live traffic data) to foresee this last bit of bad luck, but, definately Kathleen 1, Sat Nav 0.
We arrive at lunch time, the good news is, the site is excellent, there are spaces available and, ...
... expensive and wonderful flavour. We then moved on to the Chateaux, 17th Century, with moat, beautiful gardens and many rooms restored to original state. Very interesting. The drive through the French countryside was all you could imagine...rolling hills, green, patchwork of coloured fields, forests and small rustic villages, churches etc. Unexpectedly, we passed by the village of Taize, which is a world renowned Christian community which focuses ...
... In this case a truffle dog was used to find the truffles but pigs are also used as they too are able to detect the odour of the mature truffles. In the case of this farmer, who trained as a micro-biologist, he produced two types of truffle in different soil areas and these earn between 400 to 600 euros per kilo. However up to 80% of production is probably sub standard. He also specialised ...
... DIGOIN, and had our *********** very early. We have left the Loire river and the Lateral canal behind. The Lateral canal started in BRIARE, and was 200 kms long, with 38 locks, all manned. Seems an expensive operation for the number of boats we saw. Still it's just the start of summer. We rode along the Central canal till John needed breakfast, and we stopped at a beautiful little village called Paray Le Monial. This village had another canal running thru it, ...
... the canals - first the Ancien Canal and then the Canal du Centre. The Euro Vélo 6, also known under the name "European Rivers Cycle Route" is one of 15 cycle routes in Europe.This is the most famous one, 3,653 km long. It crosses Europe from west to east, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Black Sea, through ten countries. By the end of this trip and including our trip last year, we will have cycled about 2000 km of ...