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... track in that direction is being resurfaced. The temporary surface is loose gravel, which made hard work for bicycling.
We did not quite make the Abbe, next year perhaps?
Back to the van for lunch, followed by the most critical task of the whole trip.
... later this afternoon.
The helpful receptionist at the campsite gives Kathleen a town map, plus details of mass times this evening and tomorrow.
After lunch, two immediate chores to do, Find ...
... bottles I have chugged over the years. Gamay, Saint Aubin, Beaune, Mersault, Chagny. We pass a sign for Chateau de la Tour. It is a directory of fine wines. There are wine 'caves' in every village exhorting the passing trade to buy direct.
We stop for coffee in the charming little village of Nolay. There is a statue to Lazare Carnot, ...
... the animosity when people heard their German accents. On then towards Montbard and TomTom took us through the longest rough track must have been about 10k through a huge forest, quite amazing although I now know why they cover horses faces to protect from flies as they wouldn't leave us alone - around your face the whole time. We eventually have a great downhill into Montbard and it's a really lovely town. We stop at the first bar for a ...
... It was a 25km hike from Avallon to Vezelay and at least 12 km was straight uphill. To pass the time, I sang songs out loud as I hiked. Now, I don’t know many songs that Disney princesses didn’t sing, so that’s what I went with. I found the opening song of Beauty and the Beast to be particularly apt.
I could see Vezelay from nearly 7km away, as it stands on a large hill. The basilica is by far the largest building around, and ...