B&B Auxerre 2
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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Another lazy day, again too drizzly to do laundry. We wandered into town in the afternoon for an explore along the canal path. Pretty trees and pretty peacock bushes led us to a floral bridge opposite the train station into the town centre. Looking back through the photos, it actually looks quite cute but, honestly, it was awful! Being Sunday, everything was closed and ************e was about but the few ...
... interested in her passport since the last time we were in France! And no one's ever been interested in ours! We pulled into pitch 10 (allocated) and got the awning up just as the rain started. What a dive!! Unlimited electric and (dire) showers, free wifi and the cheapest site we've stayed at (cheaper on peak than some sites off peak) made it bearable! We couldn't do any washing (we're desperate) as they don't have a drier here and it was raining! Chilli and rice ...
... more baguettes from the shop and then we headed back to the campsite. After packing everything up, we drove off. Several hours later, we arrived at an aire by the side of a river. We were now in Clamecy, a small (very) rural town situated in what felt like in the middle of nowhere. Max and Dad went out on a quick bike ride to explore the town whilst Mum and I prepared to make dinner for everyone. After they got back, we sat on a little ...
... though. We walked to the beach, and had another really nice dinner out. Walking some of the streets here is good agility training for hockey - you have to constantly dodge dog poop on the sidewalks. Quite gross. We will spend the night in Nice, and take another train tomorrow to La Brigue, where we will begin our one week hike! No idea how tough it will be - guess we'll find out ...
Heading south to Chablis-Dijon today, we stopped at Troyes for lunch. Troyes (pronounced trois) is a rebuilt truly Medieval town which is being restored to its former glory. The mostly wooden buildings were burnt in the 1610s so was rebuilt using mud brick and stone but in the same style. We checked out ...