Le Clos de Rebillotte
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... in farmers fields. The other strange feature here are the lakes and ponds. This region has over 1,000 of them. Black brackish holes some with boating, fishing and some with gorgeous houses built next to them. We saw an amazing one at la Mer. Two lakes and a sunken swimming pool, mill wheel and landscaped gardens. I was so in ore I forgot to get my camera out. In fact I forgot it most of the ride. It's a very relaxed and quite area of France most have forgotten about. This ...
... count them ), so we were climbing upwards gradually. There were some good steep climbs as well, I'm sure the people who made the route, put in some climbs just to challenge us. Don't get me wrong they have done an amazing job, the signs are usually very well placed on turns etc, and usually easy to see. Sometimes we think their last 5 kms into our destinations feel like 10, but that might be just because we're ...
And so today we start our boating trip, taking our rather large 'Locaboat' houseboat down the Saône River. We head out through a lock, the tunnel de St Albin, a lock, a bridge, and several more locks. We stop at Rupt-sur-Saone for a walk around town. It's a very quiet village, with a lovely lavoire (outdoor laundry) which are a feature of this part of the world. Now used as heritage sites, or rest spots with ...
... then we hear from Jeff and Gerda who are still a little way away on their bikes, and the day has become quite warm. Victoria and I head out in the car to take their luggage, and I persuade Gerda to let me ride her bike Friday the last 8kms with Jeff. A lovely ride. So at 6pm we arrive at the boat: everyone is here! We have the briefing from Mr Locaboat, including instructions on the 'bow thruster', and ...
Today I head off to do a spot of boating in France, leaving Pete to the delights of the English weather and croquet. I will meet Lachlan and Victoira, Jeff and Gerda from Canberra, and Heather from The Gold Coast, in Burgundy, northeast France. It's a big day of trains and busses, and I am a little nervous about ensuring: a) I can pick up my electronic tickets Ok, and b) that I make my connection in Paris from Gare du Nord, to Gare de Lyon, without getting pick pocketed or ending up at ...