Hotel Les Epingliers
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we left the Village Motel at around 11:30 and headed into the town centre to find a supermarket and a tabac.
We found a Carrefoure with a tabac next to it, which was closed. I was getting short of tobacco so decided that I would find one when we hit the outskirts of Troyes.
After having an early lunch we hit the motorway, we had 178 …
... odd look on my face at one point because a chap came out of a building and asked if I wanted to use the toilet. Hadn't occurred to me but seemed rude to refuse. This village goes one better than providing a room at the local asylum for pilgrims. It has a complete gite. Room for at least a dozen but just me staying. Went to try and eat somewhere, there are at least 5 restaurants and several take-aways, but nothing ...
Just managed to pack up before the rain started. Just makes it so much easier. Had pan au chocolat for breakfast while walking. Did the waterproof waltz all morning. Put them on, take them off, repeat endlessly. Long day made even longer by the mile detour to find the suggested (ie only) accommodation. Was in some sort of home for mentally handicapped. (Insert your choice of joke here. ) All I can say is that they are treated ...
... with that and I just tucked in behind. 40 miles to lunch passing field after field of wonderful smelling linseed, we think
a thunder storm 10 miles out but not too much to worry about
Arrived in Troyes at about 4, the usual routine, laundry wash and out.
Dinner of Andouillette....everything which you don't want to eat from a pig wrapped up in a sausage ...
... carry - but we'll see how our bikes hold up on rougher roads. The rides have been difficult w/ headwinds and hills. We've spent the last 2 nights in a couple of very nice campsites which I really like. I find a quiet night spent under the stars to be very serene. I also much prefer the small French villages to the business and stench of Paris. The villages are filled w/ the aroma of baking pastries and bread. And there are frequent ...
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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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