Camping du Vivier aux Carpes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Swoss/on') and found a campsite about 1.4 Klms from the centre of the town. The rain has finally abated. Let's hope this bodes well for Saturday. To celebrate our arrival into the Champagne Region we opened a bottle of the local tipple 'Charles de Cazanove' from Reims. Coll's comment (on the champers),.. a very pleasant drop! (A by note,.. Yesterday's 250 steps up and 250 steps down at the American monument have come home to roost,.. Someone has very sore legs and thighs ...
... quite bizarre huge fake beach set up in the middle of it. We ate at a great restaurant on the square where the staff were very friendly, food was delicious and Fin had the customary crepes. We had to run back to the hotel as it's pouring down but so far so ...
... how difficult it is to steer when being towed in a tight tunnel especially if you happen to be down the line. The late end effects of others corrections in front sending you and those behind from side to side. We were rather pleased to see only one boat in front of us and that was a live aboard full size Peniche.
When John started to return to ST there were 2 fire rescue tenders leading to the canal. There had been a live dog in the canal which ...
Saturday 26th July 2014
We left our mooring at Seraucourt les Grand after a pleasant evening for a short cruise. The Dutch and Belgians were up and away by 7.30 they wanted to do and see a lot but they only had 6 weeks. They were very jealous of our 5 months cruise. There was a mother moorhen with 4 young chicks, a late second brood as they were quite tiny.
It was Saturday so we would get to St Quentin well in time for the ...
Made it to the ferry with plenty of time, landed on French soil at 12 noon, 11am over there in old Blighty. Managed to set up snooper the satnav, straight down the A26, glorious weather nowt on the roads. Stopped for a little lunch alfresco in some random service station with no toilet seats!! After a couple hrs drive on the A26 we finally had to come off the security of the toll roads and onto ...