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... leaving the cathedral, we took a walking tour of the streets. The Christmas Market was in full swing, so we had a small pretzel each … and a glass of hot wine, which was very much appreciated in the cold weather (particularly because of the breeze, today was a lot colder than previously). Other sites in the town include a 3rd Century Roman triumphal arch, which we walked through.
We then returned to the hotel to rest before our big dinner tonight at ...
... big. Once we finally worked out where we were we chose to not take the motorway option and headed towards Dijon through what we thought looked like a nice scenic route through a mountain range. Oli managed to look up from his ipad at a timely moment, and yells out SNOW. There was a spec of white but not much else, but then a minute later I see a little pub and some snow in the car park - Stop the car. It wasn't much but it was the first time ...
... rooms: toilet, shower, and sinks are all in different rooms. I share my room with the Italian assistant, Sara. Down the hall, in the same set up, is Julia, the German assistant, and Beth, another English assistant from Liverpool. They are all amazing and I am so grateful to have met them here.
Fortunately, my homesickness has been very limited this time around. Thank goodness. My first ...
... for what would be a long 8 hour drive to Stuttgart. *****ing Betty took us out the north way, which was far faster to get to the autoroute that rings the city than the way we came in. Surprisingly there was virtually no traffic anywhere and we made great time, except for a little detour we made because *****ing Betty got confused.
Our route included a stop at Épernay, which is a central town in Champagne region. JB ...
Our first task for Thursday morning was to find internet and hatch a plan for our visit to Reims. Having found only one camp ground listed about an hour out of Reims on the Tom Tom, we were a bit worried as to whether it even existed and surely thought there must be others locally.
Luckily McD's is never far away and in France, all have a McCafe with good espresso and wi-fi, so we sat for about as long as ...