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Yesterday we decided to travel on from the campsite and to try and find an aire to stay at. We woke up in the morning to somebodies campervan alarm going off - not fun. It wasn't until we had endured this painful noise for about 20 minutes that Dad realised that it was actually our alarm that was going off. Oops. After we got up, Max, Dad and I rode to the local patisserie to get everybody some breakfast. After this, Max and I went back to ...
... passes validated, but we found the right place after many redirections. Everything is done the old-fashioned way - someone has to stamp your Eurail pass to validate it, and then you have to hand write all the details of each journey into the pass folder in order for it to be valid (I almost threw the folders out before our trip to save space, but thankfully I read the instructions ...
... back again. Even at this time of year it what children were around you didn't hear. We really didn't do much and just keeping cool was a full time job but we did time our walk into the village well for the weekly market, well two stalls, the ladies clothes one didn't interest much but we did stock up on some good ...
Well we didn't stay to listen to the frogs and have moved along to Quarre-Les-Tombes for a night in its Aire. A great stopover in Quarre-Les-Tombes with a little village square, few shops and cafe/bars. We were woken Sunday morning with many cyclists getting registered and prepared for the local monutain bike race, the village also has a small market on and we enjoyed a coffee watching it all go on in the ...
... that she shorted me 5 euros in change. I let it slide; that is on her karma, not mine. The woman who offered to drive me spoke a few phrases in English that she tested on me, as she drove me the five minutes to the edge of town. From there, I knew that it was a straight shot down the road to Vezelay. I thanked her profusely for her kindness, and she assured me that she did nothing that anybody else in Avallon would not have done. I am already thankful ...