Logis Beau Site
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
... when he'd finished. When we did get riding, we had to exit the city via the footpath inside another canal tunnel, that takes the boats from one side of the city to the other. Today's ride was very scenic once again, between the Doubs and the canal, with mountains towering either side. Today there were more than 30 locks, ( they were numbered, so I didn't have to count them ), so we were climbing upwards gradually. There were some good steep climbs as well, I'm sure ...
... to start, plus smelly cheese and rye bread. Victoria prepares spaghetti carbonara with salad with the lettuces and radishes Jeff and Heather have bought from a farmer on their ride. Lovely dinner and great to be sheltered from the rain. After dinner some of us play pass and play scrabble on my iPad, which Lachlan is winning, til he goes to bed, and I eventually come out victorious. Sleep to the sound of rain on the ...
... The markets are finishing, but I buy a bottle of rose, and some petit fours for the trip. A little respite in the Jardins Anglais, and back to the station to meet Victoria and Heather! So we arrive at the boat at Scey-sur-Saone. It's in a delightful harbour, and is quite roomy. Bedrooms are small, Heather and I to share, organise ourselves with the extra bunk, and where to put things in the ensuite. A little ...
... train to Besançon, my seat and sit back to enjoy the countryside...making sure I don't step on the lovely ladies sharing my 4 seater space. After some time I head out for a refreshing beer and some smelly cheese in the dining car. The cheese is brilliant, and the barman reassures me that I need to get off at the first stop in Besançon! By now I have put my clock forward 1 hour, due to summertime in France... and land in Besançon at 7.05pm! It looks like a wasteland, ...