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... journey too.
Thankyou to to those who have communicated with us regularly via this blog and kept me motivated to continue blogging when I have been tired or struggling with bad (or non-existent) wifi.
This is almost the end - I plan to publish one last post when we get home. Until then .... If you have been sharing our journey with us, I would love to hear whether you have enjoyed it too.
Another warm and sunny day as we travelled 48km from Pouillenay to Chassignelles, leaving early to try and get ahead of the heat and also to get to our canal side accommodation early.
When we arrived at chassignelles the Hotel-Restaurant Ecluse 79 was a hive of activity with many enjoying a lazy Sunday lunch under the pleached plane trees by the canal. The young waitress and the waiter, who we subsequently knew to be one of the owner brothers, were kept busy ...
After a basic but tasty French breakfast, we set off for for our next stop, a town called Vezelay. We enjoyed the rolling countryside and got to Vezelay in good time.
It was a charming little town climbing up to the top of a hill clustered round a huge church. Our hotel was at the bottom of the hill in a charming square. It was all delightful.
m. We spent ...
Via the Gironde the Hymer hurtled! Joelle was turning a very youthful, energetic
and joyous 60 and Ramo and I extremely happy to be part of the party.
French style entertainment is fantastic! The food, the magnums, the company and the
music! What a wonderful privilege to be
a house guest at L'venir for the weekend. The two-handed Atlantic sailors, Pat and
Michelle, stayed as well so ...
... like you being from Australia rather than from England. Back for a few more games of pool and then back in the room to listen to Australia all Over, Macca starts at 5.30 am so 9.30 pm Sat. night here. We are heading to Beaune tomorrow which is where some of the best red wine in France is produced, thinking of becoming a vigneron since I can say that I have spent the season in Champage, Chablis and Côte d' Or and that is before ...