Les Chalets De La Vingeanne
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... other famous monument - "McDonalds"!! Mr R just can't resist....... So off to Dijon - up towards Lausanne in Switzerland and then over the border into France. Roads for this part of the journey were somewhat more traditional i.e. passing through small French towns and villages - some really quaint places en route. Although Mr R hasn't yet run out of Mini Cheddars (amazing) we have a new addition to the snack ...
... took us to our hire car pick up point at Montparnasse train station. He wasn't sure where we should go and ended up dropping us in the general area. Ken and I went searching and then Ken and Mike went searching and then we all went up to the check in counter at the other end of the station, It was very busy at the Europcar desk but a pleasant young man processed us and then we went the long way (that is not the right ...
... on D roads through small, slow villages to Troyes but then picked the péage up again all the way to Dijon. Gradually the temperature rose the further south we went. Europe was in the midst of a heatwave but the UK was still cool and with temperatures below average.
Our first stop was to pick up tickets for the England v France rugby match at the Stade de France that we had booked online but ...
... touring and shopping. Gui, a part owner of the Caprice was our tour guide at the Chateau the day before and was the guide for those who wanted to tour old Dijon city. With a dwindling selection of clean clothes, I chose to do laundry at a Laundromat in the old part of the city. If you want a cultural slice out of a city, share the Laundromat ...
... less expensive than the most I've paid out to date. It is the best hotel in town, right in the heart of the 'downtown' area. It's a good-looking town, which is more than can be said about my hotel room right now. As is common for pilgrims staying in hotels, the bedroom can quickly resemble a chinese laundry. I've washed today's clothes and hung them up to dry as best I can. Yesterday's washing is being aired too. There are towels on the bathroom floor after it ...