La Montagne de Brancion
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... tour of the Hotel Dieu. This iwas a hospital built in 1452 which was created for the poor but also the nobility. The recreation of the rooms were lifelike. The hospital roof was built from colored tiles set in a pattern. This style was taken from the Flemish influence in this area.
On our return to the boat we had ...
... how it is made. We also had a narrated walking tour of the town talking about its history and architecture.
We arrived at our ship about 4:00. After unpacking and getting settled there was a mandatory safety drill. We then had a welcome briefing by our program director and ship manager. A delicious dinner followed. We have already met very nice and interesting people. We are both looking forward to the next 8 days on our Viking ...
We disembarked in Oistreham and went through passport control at 08:00 am.
We set Chloe (our sat nav) to take us the toll free route to Montmerle sur Soane! We stop for a snack at 10:00 ish but fail to find a cafe so settle for some drinks and nibbles from a local supermarket. Later we do find a cafe for lunch! The first half of the journey is through ...
... Parma ham; buy the salad ingredients; wander around the old part of the town, then back to the boat with our loot for lunch. We have managed to put up a canopy (gazebo) over the outside area of our boat to keep the sun off - its almost 40 degrees here right now. We are sitting out there now, whilst I write this blog, and Amanda writes emails. So the adventure continues, and hopefully so does the bateau. ...
... the capital. It seemed to be quite a bustling, sophisticated place and when we found the main square just off the river, full of outdoor cafés in the shadow of the big church, we decided to forgo our usual picnic lunch and sit down in one of them. We had beautiful big salads and it was a great place to people watch.
When we left Chalon-sur-Saône, the Euro Vélo 6 route we have been following took us ...