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... br> Saturday morning we were on the bus by 9:00 bound for Paris where we will spend the night and fly home Sunday morning. However some people in our club had flights with Air France which is on strike, so some booked expensive flights on other airlines and some decided to wait until the strike was over and spend more time in France.
We had one complication along the way. On Thursday Shirley jumped off the boat onto the dock, as she has done many ...
Back to our old favourite - 'Font' for 2 days. Haven't been here for a number of years.......and very keen to come back. Big boys (and girls) playground!
I guess many people won't understand why others like clambering around on boulders???!!!
Plenty of places to park the van in the forest. ...
... we had decided to stay two nights at the hotel because the restaurant across the street was closed the night we arrived. It was going to be open the following day. This restaurant is the place where we have one of our fondest culinary memories; one that Brian likes to talk about the most.
The town of Auxerre is beautiful and I really didn't remember much of it. We walked through town following these little numbered bronze plates embedded in ...
... activity. Our next activity was horseback riding! We went on a ride through the Paris country side. The horses were really pretty but they loved the grass and hay more than the trail ride. After that, we toured wine caves and learned how the wine from the region is made. Then we cruised to the town that we were staying the night in. I think today was an amazing way to start off our barge ...
... a rest. Just eating delicious food and chilling out here.
Its funny because Charlotte wants me to come every Tuesday and Wednesday. And i probably will because without her i was screwed and i either would have left Font or slept in the Bush. Its funny though. Going from limited choice to spoiled for choice.
Life is good.
I'm like an upmarket climbing bum who climbs every day but lives in sweet houses and enjoys fantastic french ...