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Photographs depict the architecture and surrounding countryside of the rural Burgundy region of France
Geographically, this guidebook focuses on the eastern part of the Burgundy Region in eastern France. There are 15 cycling routes mapped and profiled. The routes also include 47 discussions of a few villages, historical people and points of interest along the way. Included with each route is the latest method for listing Waypoints that locates its longitude and latitude in degrees, minutes and seconds (to the hundredth), and in digital format. As with all other BICYCLE YOUR FRANCE guidebooks, this guide also offers a companion, QUEUE SHEETS, with just the Waypoint GPS located listings, route maps and elevation profile. My first guidebook and old friend, BICYCLE YOUR FRANCE: EXPLORING BURGUNDY, is renovated and revamped as BURGUNDY EXPLORATIONS. All eleven of the original route maps have been redrawn. Four new routes are included. Elevation data was acquired every 200 meters on each route and new profiles drafted.
This is a companion guide and just the segment directions, profiles and maps for the 2nd guide of the series, BICYCLE YOUR FRANCE: SECRET BURGUNDY.It is 9" wide by 6" high and perfect bound along the top, a more suitable size to take on a ride.Each of the 16 loops has a 1-page map, a profile and tested segment directions.Check on the SECRET BURGUNDY book for the complete book.Ride safe. Enjoy the loops; enjoy the adventure.
This book is as much a treasure to the boat owner as a glass of Pinot Noir to the discerning wine lover. It takes you through the canals of Burgundy, detailing places of interest which can be visited from the canals. With advice on buses, cycle trips and walks. Rich in history, this area of France needs time to explore and without this book it would be easy to miss the history dating from Caesar's Gallic wars to Middle Ages' architecture and to modern times. For example the gates on the staircase of locks on the Canal du Nivernais are all different because of destruction in WWII by the Resistance to prevent the German Army from using it as a supply line. The town of Gien - 80% destroyed by the Germans in 1940, and by the Allies in 1944 - has been harmoniously restored using traditional brick patterning and chevrons. It is this sort of information which makes this book not only different from other canal guides but gives a unique tast of France - just a sip of the flavours of beautiful Burgundy.

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