Chateau de la Dame Blanche
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... drizzly patches. The towns we passed by were gorgeous! We stopped for a quick bike ride in Mantoche (renowned for its bees apparently) then on via two locks to our first port for the night, Pontailler-sur-Saône. A quick spot of fishing as Simon roasts some fresh chestnuts which literally cover the ground here (watch your head!). Alfie says he loves the house boat more than our car and better than a van! We agree :-) We have definitely found our sea legs to go with the Captains ...
... our way to the top of the hill to see the fort it was closing so we missed out. I really liked this place but Kerry said he found it drab. It just had a real solid feel to it and lots of history surrounding the old part of the city. Its great having our bikes as we could explore everywhere and we rode through the tunnel where the boats have to come through the lock system. There are some photos of the old ...
We caught the TGV from Paris (Gare de Lyon) to Dijon, about a 1.5 hr journey, then the regional train to Dole where our taxi met us to take us the last half hour to Gray. Smooth travelling and the kids did really well considering all the changes and travel time! Highly recommend packing kids activities and books which you can pull out at any point to calm the grumbles and steady the (adult) nerves! Once we reached Gray we were ready to sail! So ...
... on streets and squares.
Even a new electric bike shop had a blues/jazz quartet playing outside the shop. It is also the French capital of watchmaking and has a fascinating Museum of Time that we also toured. We didn't fit in a visit however to the amazing Astronomical Clock (1870) in the cathedral of Saint-Jean.
Victor Hugo, writer and poet was born here and you can visit his ...
... totally clear on the river.
Margaret took the helm and did a good job of it for approximately 2 hours on the River Saone and wide canalised sections. Isi worked the distance from the PK (kilometer posts) but these still followed the path of the old river where they had put in a canalised section to cut out bends and in this case it cut out quite a chunk, so we arrived early at Seurre.
We had just gone ashore ...