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Travel Blogs from Froideterre
... a few days ago. But the cycle path was amazing - a cycling superhighway! Wide, paved, well-signed and so scenic. It's quite astounding the money that has been invested in the cycling infrastructure in all the areas we have been in - not just the paths, but architecturally wonderful bridges, benches, picnic areas, information kiosks, bike racks. A lot of it looks quite new. Perhaps part of ...
We had a good dinner that night at the halte nautique restaurant and chatted further with the
exuberant Kiwi group. How will they keep up the pace for 5 months?
The restaurant and campsite were in a beautiful location, a valley with high limestone bluffs burnished by the setting sun. We meandered back to our little tent as happy campers, already looking forward to the next day of discovery.
Our day trip to Sancerre took an unexpected twist when a troublesome little noise from "La Biscuit" became increasingly louder as we slowly climbed up to the hillside village, home of one of Werner's fave wines! When no amount of oil and gear adjustments illeviated the constant pinging as I peddled we decided to make a dash for the nearest bike store in a town we'd passed through up river the day before! Luckily it was all down hill and ...
Wednesday 4th June 2014
It was overcast morning with some mizzle about but we can't complain as it has been mostly blue sky and sunshine. We bade farewell to the good people on the Scottish boat as they were heading for a mooring to leave their boat whilst they return to Scotland for 6 weeks.
The Doubs River and country lived up to all the descriptions ...
... does not end on the banks of the Doubs. A Petite Cité Comtoise de Caractère, Baume-les-Dames also claims a glorious past as illustrated through its medieval and Renaissance façades and abbey church.
We returned to ST for a very easy evening after the drama of the day.