Le Val de Poix Hotel
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So today sees the start of our epic adventure. There was an early wake up call for all and we were on the road by 04.30!!!! We hit the road to Dover and encounter our first issue closures on the M20!!!! Heh ho A2 it is! Well we made it. France Belgium a bit of Luxembourg and back int Belgium for our first night away. We are staying in a lovely hotel, Hotel Le Nid d'Izel Gaume-Ardenne, rolls of the young doesn't it! The room is lovely it's a suite with ...
... prefers to speak English with me which is fine by me. We talk about a lot of things. He's quite knowledgeable about the area and we also talk about shortcomings in education how it's not going with the time. Well, I'm early in Florenville. That leaves me thinking I could push for France. In the end I decide not to because I've got no map of France on my tablet or phone. I visit the town, find a camping and download some maps on my phone and tablet. I finish the day ...
... brings me all the way to Neufchateau. I find a campsite that's owned by a Dutch family. By now I've learned that it's worth while to tell people I'm on a budget. The people start calculating, give me quite a big discount but still end up being the most expensive so far. I forgot my towel in Bastogne. I ask the Dutch family if they have a spare towel for me. They do and in my mind this makes up for the high ...
... apparent results.
This morning an old fellow arrives and sets up his gear. He is ledgering, and with a minimum of fuss proceeds to pull out 7 or 8 fat trout in less than half an hour.
Then back in his van and off for a good breakfast no doubt.
At 10am we saddle up and roll into Esch-sur-Sure. The sun is out now and with the luggage off the bikes it's ...
Monday morning dawns clear and sunny, and we set off for Charlesville de Meziers.
Apart from some heavy traffic, on the outskirts of Lille, a completely uneventful drive.
The Aire at Charlesville de Meziers is full, so, we have to use the adjacent campsite (Camping Mount Olympus ).
We have time for a walk into town, and a beer, before the rain starts.