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... enjoyed every bit of it.Said goodbye to Langogne with a recommendation from the campsite manager to head to the Ardeche Gorge, apparently the Grand Canyon of Europe. So off we drove, eventually finding a campground in a place called Vallon Pont d'Arc, metres from the Ardeche River. It was around about now that we got word from people we were travelling with earlier in the trip that the good old Germans have a separate Schengen agreement with Australia, which meant Spain was ...
Red is tied to a riverbank. Very traditional barge like thing to do. I am cheating a little as it has bollards and a power point. Dont judge me. The heater must go on. Dee, Bruce and Barb all left yesterday. I went into Dijon with dee to see her off. But as I had to get back I took the last train back and left Dee to make her way to Edinburgh. But as with all things bus related. The bloody thing was a no show. So she sat for hours ...
We slept late today and started the day slowly. Dave went out to get breakfast and came back with fresh crepes with chocolate and bananas. Yum! What a way to start the day. I have always been a country girl, but city living certainly has some advantages! We got ready and headed off to the Louvre. We decided to walk as it has been a beautiful day. It took about ...
... to occur in 6 minutes with leaving one, police border checks and line up for a ticket (as you cannot buy a ticket travelling into France in Spain!!). Luckily a kind station master came to the line up asking if anyone needed to catch the Perpignan train and said we should rush to it and buy a ticket on the train. We felt quite a change in processes from the point of the border check ...
... Also on the way up to the basilica was a window displaying pottery from an artisan in St Pere a small village below Vezalay and we headed to the village to have a look. Going inside we could not see anything on display just the potter working in a cramped mezzanine with all the clay and tools around the room. She took us down a staircase and she had a well set out display in the cellar with her cat walking perilously close to the pieces! We liked what we saw and bought a jug and ...