Campanile Auxerre Moneteau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a lot of attention from the locals - standing in their front gardens and watching our every move.
We felt very uncomfortable and didn't fancy waking up on a sunday morning right opposite all these houses. If I lived there , in a nice residential area, I don't think I would want to look out on 6 parked MH's
We decided to use the ...
... leave but time is pressing and we have to make our way north, so after buying our baguette for lunch, we moved on.
We travelled via Avallon and Auxerre, but didn't see much of either as we were directed to the ring roads, far away from the ...
Although I consider myself to be a master of transitions, having moved so many times already, my move to Auxerre was much harder than I anticipated. It was easy to forget the real reason I came to France during those first few days in Dijon. I was so comfortable back in my old room with my host family.
Arriving in Auxerre I felt like I was starting my junior year abroad over again. I felt the same fear, anxiety ...
... have been restored in their original state and sound].
There are some amazing homes here, some very substantial. It is so pretty how the stream runs by them and some of them are sitting in water!!!
After our walk around town, we headed back to the campsite to sit by river having wine, cheese and crackers. Bill came down for his afternoon fish and gave us some tips on where we should head to and what to ...
... a place to buy ice creams and snacks, a place to hire kayaks as well as change sheds, showers and toilets. Of course all this was closed as it was too cold.
While we were standing there one of the residents came down to do some fishing. We said ‘hello’ to discover that he was English, his name was Bill and he lived at the camp site. He and his girlfriend worked in France touring all around teaching golf ...