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June 6th 2012
Published: June 6th 2012
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A very long cycle ride was on the cards today - a total of 40miles (64km) was to be achieved by end of play!

There are so few trains out of Auxerre. This meant that I had to get the 08h16 out, arriving in Clamecy at 09h12 - a little too early to start, but a better option than the next train.

Leaving the town, I headed for the Canal du Nivernais, stopping for lunch at the Ecluse de la Place, before eventually getting back into Auxerre at 17h00.

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Clamecy

Narrow streets and red roofs are typical in this town, its wealth coming from the logging industry
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St. Martin, Clamecy

Built in the early 13C
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St. Martin, Clamecy

The incredible stone carving was damaged during the French Revolution
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Pousseaux

The bridge has recently been converted to open electronically


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