Le Clos de Rebillotte
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Castles in the pouring rain, horse and cart rides and beautiful villages plus 4 countries in one day. Incredible! The Romantic Strasse ways a little less romantic in drizzle but after the castles we continued on from Austria into Germany across Switzerland into France. What views! Didn't do much on this day after ...
... 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 ...
... that's about all. John thinks that this would be like going to Wendouree for a holiday. Still, we are really just in transit, and not every town we stop at is going to be great. We have liked most places, with DIGOIN and this town being the exceptions. As John also said, there's not much to write home about here. Quite a few of the shops were closed today as France's official sale period starts tomorrow. Mulhouse ...
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 ...
... s too late to leave tonight; we will enjoy a home cooked meal on board, use the Locaboat shower (we will have to be sparing with our water use in our compact ensuites) and soak up the ambience on top! It turns out we have quite a lot of wine, so we get started on it: a C******nay, and then my rosé, with the pork medallions and baked potatoes and baked eggplant and capsicum. Petits fours and coffee to finish. ...