ibis Saint Dizier
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the canal path. It was all big! We passed through some really ancient farming communities along the River Saulx which is a fast flowing beautifully clean weedy river. This is where we sat and saw the biggest water rat ever along with a very old sedate trout! Great ride. I'm really going to miss this country's quite roads and little hamlets unspoilt by time. France is special. Back at our Aire. Elvis takes a hit! Needless to say Clive was wrecked when we got back to ...
... period a pilgrim route from Canterbury to Rome was established, and passes through France, Switzerland, and Italy (including Tuscany). The famous dogs would be sent out in harsh weather in order to assist any stricken pilgrims and guide them to the sanctuary of the Monastery. The Monastery is still used as a rest point on this route today. The location of the Monastery, just over the border into Switzerland, adjacent to a frozen lake, and surrounded by ...
... we can only assume were left by the French Easter Lapin. The girls very quickly got dressed and ran outside and were very excited to find many eggs had been left for them all to share. They searched high and low until every last one was found and made sure that they shared them out equally and were kind enough to give some to the little girl in the next flimsy shack who was looking on enviously. After we had found all the eggs ...
... and we left Burgundy and entered Champagne and there was an obvious difference between the villages we went through. In Burgundy they all looked well tended and cared for, like the locals took great pride in where they lived but in Champagne they were all a bit run down and it was lots of falling down buildings and builders yards. We decided we were going to be at our campsite too early so we pulled over and made some lunch on ...
There has been nothing remarkable about the countryside we have cycled through today - no huge mountains or dramatic limestone gorges but it has been just 'nice'. The roads we have been on for most of the day have taken us through a mix of woodland and farmland interspersed with pretty villages.Those same pleasantly undulating roads are in excellent condition and have, for the most part, been completely empty. Such an extreme contrast ...