L'Hostellerie du Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our idea today was to head off from the campsite we stayed in last night and move on down the road a bit, There is a spot near here that is the site of an old Roman-Gallic battle and there is a museum there so we had decided that we would go there since the forecast was for rain. At least we would be indoors. So we went there and it was a surprisingly large building for what was actually inside but what was there was very interesting. Its always fascinating ...
... thought the price was right and we would have a go. At the pool I decided to see if I could get a new pair of short French style budgie smugglers. Jess told the woman behind the counter that I was a grand plus(extra large) and I took offence and said there was no way I was a grand plus, maybe I was a grand. (Some of the following may not have happened) To back up my argument I whipped the sixpack out and I could tell by the admiring glances ...
... bank twice on their way round the bend!
We then made our way back to Montbard, stopping at St Remy to watch a boat navigate the lock.
Rob did his good deed for the day and helped a young woman push open the lock gates.
We arrived back at the MH just in time for afternoon tea in the ...
After a peaceful night we woke to a beautiful day and after a leisurely breakfast made the short journey to Montbard, where the municipal campsite was still open. - ACSI 14e. We found it easily and after a very warm welcome got settled on one of the largest piches we have ever ...
... river Armancon. The very helpful man in the TO, who spoke good English, gave us a map with a town trail on it
the town is picturesque, but a lot of the old buildings and shops are either shut up, for sale or just been left to decay.
The church was badly damaged in the Revolution and restored in the 19thC ...