Comfort Hotel Lons-Le-Saunier
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Lons-le-Saunier
... when you're stuck halfway up a mountain in the French Alps, with the road quickly dwindling to a cattle track, you need to be able to swear at something and just swearing into the ether just doesn't help! Regardless of her name, though, she told us to leave the freeway and then went haywire. Every now and then, she would get a bit of a signal and we were able to read a few names of her route map. Then we followed the road signs. A ...
... plats" meaning main dishes. So we were happy to tuck into that again, albeit as the first course of a menu du jour. We were really hungry!
The next morning, Jim did his usual barista routine on our little butane stove, and coffee in hand, life felt pretty good gazing out over the river with another day's cycle adventure ahead.
... dragged our cases into the building & sent them up in the tiny lift with one person. It had NO LIGHT... dark & scary inside! Lynda was the brave one AGAIN... and Lucy & I carried some other stuff up the stairs.
The apartment was lovely, two bedrooms & a couch for Lucy.
We resigned ourselves to the huge parking cost & headed to the downstairs bar for great cheap Mojitos!
... with a beer in the Cathedral square. What could possibly go wrong?
On our way back to ST we saw a newsagents headline stand saying something about the SCNF which are the French railways. Then it all kicked off as Isi checked the train times with Jean we saw lots of trains not running and the odd one that was but could not be booked online. J&M had to get 120 miles to Lyon airport tomorrow so we ...
... get to the top you are out of breath - but have a lovely view! Most of the old town in still intact with lovely old stone buildings from the late 1600’s to late 1700’s.
We parked the bikes and walked about a bit. Then we had lunch in a restaurant with a terrace away from the sun that overlooks the old lateral branch of the canal that used to feed the old grain mill, and farther up the tanners (Louis Pasteur ...