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Travel Blogs from Girmont Val d'Ajol
... City and county were all very impressive and well maintained. There was a prominent cathedral built in the 1730’s of a dark red sand stone. The cathedral was dedicated to St Christopher, patron saint of travellers. Inside it had impressive stained glass windows and paintings plus statues.
We walked around to the road and steps up to the citadel, which was a bit of a slog. The first thing we had to see was the famous sculpted ...
... Would be the place to be in summer, but ok for a morning constitutional. Postcards sent from Austria, Picnic lunch brought from supermarket next stop Feldkirch a 14th century town. Now we just need some sunshine. We wandered around Feldkirch admiring the oldness. From there it was a 20 minute drive to Liechtenstein where we drove up to the princely prince's castle. We had to drive very slowly through the border ...
... hit our first port of call Selles. We have never had so many laughs. Inside boat is great. Had to draw straws to see who got ensuites and who got single bunks. Karen and Lou and we got ensuites. Yea! Others got single bunks and Erica got a room to herself. Had a real nice dinner tonite. We all had a few drinks (even Erica) and we got the only other couple in the restaurant to join us! You know how social we all are en mass!
As you can guess we all slept ...
This is our hotel room. Small and pokey. All these photos I called " from" is for Plombieres les-Bains.this is where the train took us from Dijon to Plombieres les-Bains. Beautiful old place. Lots of Roman features! Just come back from dinner. Very nice. Lou shouted a bottle of champagne to celebrate the start of our journey!. Weather a bit drizzle. Hope it clears up for our canal ...
We set off on a 3 and 1/2 week road trip to visit various friends in Europe early on Friday morning, as we had a 9 hour drive to Epinal, in the northeast corner of France. We were going to visit Philippe, an old friend who used to live in Vancouver but moved back to France many years ago. Our journey took us through beautiful countryside filled with rolling fields of grass, corn and sunflowers, and the occasional chateau on a distant hilltop. ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed