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Yesterday, when out for our evening stroll, we noticed what appeared to be a cycle track along the banks of the river Loire, so, off we went. It started well, but, after about three miles, the track had become to narrow for Kathleen's taste, so, we retraced our route, back to the campsite, and joined another cycle route I had noticed.
This took us past a large marina area and along ...
... anyone thinking of using this campsite, and, perhaps, worrying about access, a little bit of video of our departure. You need to skip over the drive to the service point, and, as you can see, the access roads are not bad, provided you do not encounter a road sweeper, as we did!
Will write this up as time permits but the highlight for me today was the visit to a little village called Apremont which is very proud of being beautiful and rightly so http://www.apremont-sur-allier.com/the% 20village.html
Before that we went to the city of Nevers.
... difference and we were able to understand what each was saying. We were four and a half hours and were pretty exhausted. Francoise drove back to Paris and we back to Sancerre. Raemond said his studio and house are open to us at anytime. We took a plant, roses and chocolates as a gift and they gave is a beautiful book on Versailles but is very heavy. We had a great ...
... long enough to see that, as it doesn't get dark till about 10.30 - 11.00 pm. We arrived about 12.30, as we only had 65 kms to ride, and once again lunch had to wait till we had found our hotel, showered and unpacked. I have it all down to a fine art, John still has a mess everywhere. Unfortunately Digoin has been a bit of a disappointment, as there really isn't anything much to see or do. Our hotel is gorgeous though with a very ...