ibis Saint Dizier
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... and she was pedalling hard which made my job fairly easy. There was a high ropes course we had seen on the way out that we stopped at on the way back and everyone went for a go except for me and Allegra who went off to have a hot chocolate. Then Olivia and Allegra swapped and Olivia and I had a hot chocolate so I was getting good rest. After everyone had finished Jess remarked to me that all this bike riding and climbing in ...
Today we had to move on, the rain was going to be about all day so it was a good day to get some driving done. Also, we were going to be met by Tim and Jeni who have popped to France for the Easter break and we had picked a spot in the Champagne region pretty much at random. We were extremely efficient and got ready to go at exactly the planned time, this is almost unheard of. Our drive was fairly boring but it was a very misty day ...
... roads we used to make our way up through Italy.
We are getting pretty slick at getting sorted in the morning now. I seem to be able to sort myself out, pannier packed and ready for breakfast within about 20 minutes of the alarm going off. We were on the road well before 08:30 this morning and with the roads being amenable to fairly fast cycling we managed to cover 143km and still finished quite early.
I thought I was ...
... them and we shared a lovely moment with him where language was irrelevant! We then went on to Verdun where the horrendous battle occurred in WW1 with hundreds of thousands of deaths, very moving and sensitively commemorated. Arrived in Menil, our next stop, to find that unfortunately we had managed to leave our itinerary file behind in Huy! So we didn't have an address to go to. H of course, oblivious to my panic ...