Hostellerie de la Chaumiere / Hotel Susan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Aire de Repos les Crocs de la Terre, A26 autoroute, north of Troyes, 4pm
I have stopped for break number four I think it is, on today's drive north. I’m heading for the small town of Bergues, near Dunkerque.
Incidentally, I have just glanced at the satnav and it has the A26 motorway labelled as L’Autoroute des Anglais. Not quite as glamorous as L’Autoroute ...
... station.Had glass of champagne and wine with our prix fixe of 23 euro each. Good value. D smoked salmon entree then a lamb polenta and ratatouille layered dish with salad Me tomato tartine followed by tuna brochette with chorizo on mash with lemon oil.Both delicious and then the dessert trolley.very good . Walked back to hotel and d snoring already as I write this. T is a lovely place for a day or two and a well kept ...
... near Place Madeleine in Beaune outskirts. Excellent veal with ratatouille and frites .D had steak.good glass of pinot noir each..cannot drink a bottle these days! Were organised for the 2 hour motorway drive by getting cash to cover cost so there were no more credit card dramas..also had paper maps so no confusion about which motorway to use. Slept well a, paid bill and had breakfast.Out by 845 to drop car by 1230.. A good move as it turned ...
We didn't have breakfast at the hotel, it was too late it stopped at 10am. We cycled round the corner to the shopping street as peter needed some new trainers, his old ones soles were so smooth they kept slipping off the pedals plus they were smelling really bad from the wet days previous. After that we had a nice sandwich & panini, with gateaux of course, at the boulangerie i so got going quite late - our destination of Montbard was looking impossible. ...
... and also lily pads, looks like there's never a boat on it, we haven't seen one all day. On entering there's lots of roadworks, it's a very large & busy town & so we stop to look for hotels, there are so many but it's really noisy near where we are at the rail station so cycle on. Lucky we did as it's the most beautiful town, so many 16c old wood panelled buildings it's quite breathtaking. Into the centre & it's really buzzing with tourists and street ...