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Travel Blogs from Girmont Val d'Ajol
... us to a trip on a ferry across the lake, which was a nice surprise! France is always good, feels close to home and we've missed their baking. We're at a small site run by 'Stan' just south of Nancy. It's all NL here (we have to call the that now as Gen only refers to people by the letters on their car) only one or two D's and no GB's (that's what Gen seeks out!) We've had the odd letter that we have to look up - there is S, DK, B, BL, ...
We spent 3 nights here, the site was again chosen for its locality to a Bike Park so Tom could go out for a ride, the site is in the small village / town of Orbey, the village centre is about 3 minutes away by bike but the campsite is more like 20minutes away from the centre by bike, confused? its because its up a massive hill!!
The campsite is in fact 9 miles from ...
... for us, and also missing a turning so ended up at a dead end, yup I had to reverse into a car park and go out through the exit. After about half an hour of traversing the town we finally ended up back at our campsite!! to try a different route, miss snooper took us/me through some gorgeous little villages and re country roads I might add at this point I wanted to get out and stamp my feet!!!! After another half ...
... all absolutely drenched but we didn't care. We purposefully chose a stage that required us to see a start and a finish, so the following day we got up early once again and headed into town for some more Tour De France festivities. The town was a buzz with people everywhere. Car parks were turned into VIP areas and roads were sectioned off. It's unbelievable to see how the Tour De France all comes together. When you watch it on TV all you watch is the coverage ...
... cars that were heading to the next days stage. Long winding roads that were covered in the thick mist of the early evening bought us to the top of a nearby hill. As we reached the peak the mist cleared to reveal what was an amazing sight. A sea of a thousand white camper vans parked on the hilltop, a fully fledged mobile village. I expected to see a lot but what lied in front of us was an outrageous show of support to the Tour. We travelled to the base of the hill on the other ...
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