Arcantis Relais Des Vallieres
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Friday 24th Oct 2014
In the morning my mum, dad, my uncle, my untie and there friend decided there were going to a party. So we played around had lunch and then played again until about 5 o'clock. Then everyone except my brother, my baby sister and I were not going, but we were going to have a sleep over at our friend's house. Then we drove to my auntie's friend's house where we were staying the night. After that my uncle sister and her friend were ...
... lions, Siberian tigers), primates (lemurs, marmosets, etc. with more than 25 species) and birds (some thirty aquatic and tropical species). There are also many different species of hoofed animals from around the world (Vision warty pigs, Vision spotted deer, etc.) as well as two species of macropods from Australia: red kangaroo and rock wallabies. There are around 400 animals from more than 70 species can be viewed in large planted enclosures.
We kept on driving until ...
... When we got to their house, it was beautiful and they had a baby, a little boy, he was only 3 months old. We stayed there for a while and someone turned the music on and everyone started dancing until midnight! We headed back to my uncle's house again but the next day is going to be a really fun day and I may need to save my voice.
We are now in the town of Besancon for the night. It's a lovely, new hotel but they don't have a bar. Can you believe that? Eldon went down for ice for our evening toddy, and they said they didn't have any. He did come back with about 7 ice cubes someone found for him.
We aren't sure what we will do for dinner yet. They have a buffet and if it looks good we may partake in ...
We were on the road at around 08:30 again this morning and made our way back to cycleway 22. This route took us through to Yverdon along lovely tiny quiet lanes and even some metalled farm tracks, through wooded and agricultural countyside. From Yverdon our route climbed over a pass in limestone country and soon we were crossing into France. There was a decent to Pontarlier and then it was onto quiet French ...