HotelF1 Dijon Nord
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Today we started our trip at 10.30h. OMG Jim needs a lot of time to get himself ready! Luckily the day started without rain, just a little "muggepis". After about 2 hours we saw the sun and she was shining until 18h. Then we drove for about 2 hours in the rain again. Our trip started slow due to the horrible roads in Belgium! Then we ...
... and there was a big boatyard close to the campsite for the repair of barges. There was a gorgeous one up on the ways and we ended up talking to the owner who was from San Fransisco and has been barging around France for 12 years. There was also a huge rowing club and we saw lots of people of all ages sculling, canoeing and kayaking on the river. And except for boat people, there seemed to be no tourists in St-Jean, ...
... a lot more of them as they will really brighten up the fieldscape that has turned quite sandy-brown of late.
I'll close for now as I have to start planning today's route. I would like to aim for 25kms but it will all depend on what time I finally shift myself and, more importantly , where a bed can be found. The VF and the Camino to Santiago are not that dissimilar when thinking about securing a bed for the night. ...
... of towns with bakeries or stores or anything, so we are going to try to set a pretty rapid pace - limited only by finding spots to aim satellite dish to watch World Cup!
Before we hit this canal, we had to do a couple of locks on canal branches that parallel the Soane River in places. Those locks had this big electric cable, wrapped in plastic, that hangs down nearly to the water from an overhead wire in the middle of the waterway. You have ...
... tow path. After nine busy days in Paris, we all needed this escargot pace and the sense of peace that comes with it. It took us a few hours to reach Lak Kir (Kir Lake), about 3 kilometers or so from Dijon. Stan just pulled over and parked the barge alongside a narrow wooden plank adjacent to the canal.
Later that evening Sharon made chicken stuffed with prosciutto and cheese. How she pulled that off in her galley is beyond me! And then Stan introduced us to cognac. I thought ...
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Secure parking for a car full of camping gear, clean & comfortable, near the auto route... what more do you need? Near enough to Dijon to pop in for a look around, very cheap and breakfast included. Does exactly what it says on the tin, no complaints from us!
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