Auberge du Lac
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rocks! There was a big cycle race on in the area this weekend, so lots of cyclists on site.did keep us awake unfortunately but Dave had some good rides in the area.
The Rhone river is lovely with large boats along it.
Everyone enjoyed the City of Chocolate! ...
It literally means from farm to farm. It is the weekend when many farms in the region open their gates to the public to have a look around and sample the products. So off to the snail farm. D isn't allowed to eat them but he wanted to see how they are produced. Amazing! Loads of large snails crawling over wooden structures, eating a floury meal, pooing freely and laying lots of baby snails. Other than ...
... the alley ways and admire the medieval buildings - forts, amouries etc. we stayed for a couple of days, then moving on to the town of Hauterives to a campsite. The reasoning behind this was that it was going to be a period of good warm weather, so we could clean the van, do the washing and Millie could be comfortable with the air conditioning. And so it came to pass! All the carpets came out, the bed was changed and all our clothes that we had worn in the previous two ...
... Lyon, this is a universal problem in any city. Between Vienne and Lyon we passed through a 10 km stretch of a heavy industrial area known as the Corridor of Chemicals. We passed through Macon which is the border between northern and southern France. Beaune is the wine capital of Burgundy in the Côte d'Or departement in eastern France. With only 22,000 people, it is one of the key wine centres in France and the annual wine auction, held ...
... the footpaths are filthy so you have to look down all the time as well as straight ahead and up to see the sights. Traffic in Vienne is the heaviest we have seen since we left Barcelona and because there is only one footbridge and one vehicle bridge across the river to serve this town of 30,000 people, I am sure it could be worse than today. Incidentally, in Roman times there were also 30,000 people living here. I'm surprised ...