Entre Mer Et Montagne
Travel Blogs from Digoin
... way back to ST we stopped at a bar and had a Belgian beer each called Duval and Isi noticed it was 8% and she got very tired afterwards! As soon as we got on board she sat down with the shopping alongside to do shortly.
John then got his 3rd telling off from an English woman because he emptied his tool cupboard to search for something and put the contents on top of the shopping bag which included fresh ...
... next lock so they are expecting you too but at dinner time the locks close for an hour.
John was worried we might weaken or damage the bow thrusters’ battery by using it so much so much or wasting diesel by letting ST tick over for so long in each lock. So once we had left John and Elizabeth John asked one of the lock keepers if there was a farmer’s garage as we were looking for a big tractor battery as ST’s basically has ...
... Christ to a visitation to a nun now known as Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque which took plc in the 17th C and it became a great place of pilgrimage following these apparitions. It seemed extremely light and bright inside considering it did not seem to come from the windows, then we discovered the walls and ceilings had all been painted a kind of yellow ochre with white lines to show where the cement was. (The outside needs a stone clean ...
... put John shore where he had to do an acrobatic dismount of ST over the bow to get to the tannoy which didn’t work. We then saw another boat coming the other way just as the lock keeper appeared so we had to wait. It turned out to be a couple of Americans flying a red ensign and not their flag!
When we arrived at Genelard where there were no moorings left with electric but we would be OK. John and ...
... thing with no problem, so it was quite a surprise. Then we remembered that we had switched the solar panel trickle charge to the bow thrusters (on the day we had 19 awkward locks needing it to get at the pull chord) and not reconnected it back to the starter battery (Oh dear!) John tried very quickly with a link to the domestic batteries but no success. The Lock keeper turned up and we had hoped he might have used ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed