Absolue Renaissance

Address: 2 rue de Paris, Magny-Cours, Burgundy, 58470, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 rue de Paris, Magny-Cours.
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    Lunch at Nathalie's Parents

    A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on Jun 28, 2015

    Finished 'The Key to Rebecca' another spy thriller by Ken Follett. Today we went to Nathalie's parents for lunch. Our hosts were Nardine and Raemond and son in law Francois. Raemond showed us around his garden with canals and a sluice gate, as the house originally had a water mill. The house dates from 10th century and the mill 9 th century. It is part of a ...


    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... off the path, that scattered when we rode past. Our approach into Digoin was again across a canal bridge. These are truly amazing to see. A bridge 15 mts above the river, but with water flowing through it. We rode along the footpath on the side of it, as a tour boat laden with the lunch crowd, crossed beside us. It was built in 1834, it's 243 mts long, 2.3 mts deep and 6.0 mts wide. It's lit of a night time, but we doubt if we can ...


    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 17, 2015

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    ... needed to buy supplies at Decize, so we can make our own dinner. We had wanted to stay in Bourbon Lancy but when we tried to book accommodation there, it was all booked out. Gannay sur Loire was the next available place. A bit off the track, but not too far. The little supermarket, with its fruit and Veggies out on the street was very cute, so we bought cheese and ham from the deli, tomatoes and salads, a baguette, some chips, and some Diet Coke for a simple ...


    A travel blog entry by glenda56 on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... a few Belgium blue cows, they are very big and white. The villages we pass thru are beautiful in a very traditional and historic way. The buildings seem to have survived the passing of the years and even centuries. There are Catholic Churches in every village, and chateau dotted here and there. I have learnt to be able to tell if the village has a patisserie, by the size of the water tower in town. God knows how heavy we will be when we ...

    Cycling along the Canal South

    A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on Jun 12, 2015

    This morning we hired bikes and rode south along the Loire Cycleway for about 25 kms. We were 5 km from La Charite sur Loire. We stopped at a pump house for lunch because there was a place to sit down on the girder of the access bridge. The bikeways was constructed on top of a levy that runs parallel to the river that protects the low farmland from flooding. The weather turned windy and cloudy but showers did not eventuate. The ...