Hotel Saint Hubert
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... Also Spain was cool too because they had people dancing and all dressed up in costumes!
A 3 hour bus ride later and a nice nap we were back in Nancy and I couldn’t wait to get back to my apartment to lay down and take some cough medicine. I think everyone was just so tired from that day, especially with all the walking around. I just remember getting back to my room and passing out from exhaustion, but it was a fun ...
... with stunning views over the French and German countryside where we
drank, ate and danced the night away. Thanks to Guy, Tillie and families for a great day!
As for the remaining two days, what can I say, more beers, black forest gateau and schnitzels, and the first time I’ve been called by the hotel reception just to “check we’re OK”, ...
... of about 180 people with surprisingly the biggest nationality being US. Australia has a good crowd which is. Ice.
After our safety briefing and chat we got down to the good stuff of dinner and drinks. Dinner was amazing and the staff did a great job looking after us all.
After dinner Rob and I decided too many people, too loud, so we adjourned to the back of the boat, ...
... greeted us and welcomed us to their place, beautiful and airy. Despite wanting to push on, we opted for a nap. It was delicious! In the pm, after nap, Esperanza took us for a walk of the neighborhood. Lee made us gumbo! We walked about a bit more and finally came home to turn in for the night. Marco did not fall asleep until 6am. ...
Whilst we had planned our journey with the GPS we thought the route was a little out, so decided to pull into an extremely large servo, and buy a large map of France, also picked up our picnic lunch for the trip.
Pulled off the main road to Pierre -Percee which is in the Luneville valley, outside of Raon- l'etape, absolutely massive dam, and waterways which produce hydropower. Apparently holding 65 ...