Hotel Les Epingliers
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Les Epingliers Saint-Andre-les-Vergers
I chose this hotel for the secure parking. The car park is in full view of the road which made me a bit nervous about leaving my motorcycle, although I did manage to tuck it away out of sight.
The guy in reception spoke a little English and was very helpful in helping us with directions to a couple of places.
The rooms are a bit small but cozy.
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... cobbled streets. Some of the houses are lopsided, some are brightly coloured, some being repaired, some restored and some even being created in the old style. Some of the streets are so narrow, that the occupants could pass items across the intervening space from their windows. Restaurants abound, and as tourists are few on the ground, its obvious that the locals treat lunch very seriously.
... be collected.
When we got to Soissons, on the ring road we passed La Sucrerie - an enormous sugar factory, with belching chimneys and huge piles of sugarbeet, overlaid with a sickly sweet cooking smell - it was just like Bury St Edmund's!
We passed Chateau-Thiery and Sezanne, and skirted around ...
... reminiscing about our trip and comparing each other’s favourite this and worst that, which for the most part we agreed on!
Before heading back to the hotel, we couldn’t resist a wander around the old medieval streets gazing at the distorted old buildings, and the more we walked the more impressed we were. Such a pretty little French town.
Back at the hotel, ...
A 5:30 wake up call (two days in a row now) got us up in time to catch the 7:35 ferry to Calais. A full P&O English breakfast was well deserved. The long autoroute journey began. A longish drive got us to Reims before the kids could really work up into full 'are we there yet' mode! There we had a very interesting and tasty tour of the Taittinger ...
... gear, his food, clothing and a solar panel on the back of his bike to charge his devices. He had a particular interest in canals so also had a video mounted to the front handlebar. Apart form all this gear he also was picking up any drink cans he saw along the way to deposit into garbage bins and these were hanging from a bag on his handlebars. His journey started in Paris and was on his way back to Paris.
This end of the Burgundy Canal ...