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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... almost glad to be back in the car for another 2 hours driving!
The scenery became notably flatter with harvest fields as we approached the Champagne region. At one point we both spotted our first ever twister! OK so there weren’t cows or cars flying around but we could see the dust from the harvest being sucked up into god knows where – very cool and a first for us ...
... Elliott particularly enjoyed it! Our thirst quenched we moved on to a wander around the cathedral. Quite spectacular, Oliver not normally one for architecture was particularly keen with the camera. A short hop then took us to Troyes for the night......pizza and an early night......! Too tired to do Troyes any justice, we must leave it for another ...
... along the way that have helped make this holiday so memorable.
Firstly we met an English couple pedalling towards us. It is always interesting to hear what routes other cyclo-tourists are taking and to compare stories. Their adventure, like ours started in Brittany, then through the Loire and up the Nivernais Canal and across to the Burgundy Canal. Unlike us, they had planned and booked accommodation for each day before leaving home, ...
... I won't be able to have a shower. As I'm walking alone, and wearing 'odour control' walking gear, it' basically a case of 'pas de problem'.
One last thing before I go: this town is famous for being the place where a certain Napoleon Bonaparte studied. There are monuments to him everywhere and there is also a musuem not 5 feet away from where I'm sitting. I really should be in there rather than blogging to you lot. Au revoir for ...
... great to finally be on the road again, after the enforced delay in England waiting for the Boomer. It will take a few days to get into the camping routine gain. At least the sun is shining and we have shed the thermal underwear!
Today we started out with our policy of not travelling on motorways unless necessary. We exited Calais via a route never taken before, including a loop through the very narrow old city streets, but we found our way onto an old Roman ...