HotelF1 Dijon Nord
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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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... the tablecloth you'll notice. Then discovered car wouldn't lock or unlock with remote on key fob. Thought it might be a fuse so out came the handbooks and we soon found there were in fact 5 separate fuse boxes. Eventually found the relevant fuses (and I have to say H was a model of composure and ideas which was just as well) but they were all OK. However the aforementioned being a bear of not a ...
... marker with the yellow scallop shell and the blue background. I have already sent my camino book home but i am sure if i do some research i will find that there will be a french camino that passes through these very hills on its way to join up with the camino in St Jean Pied de Port. By the time we got to our 3rd little village the rolling hillsides had taken there toll on Joelene and the though of having a lunch in a church yard followed by ...
... spectacular. Again, somewhere i think we would like to get back to. Arriving in Dijon our tour leader said that being 9.00pm we would get taxi's to the hotel instead. Sure enough, Joelene and an Aussie lady by the name of Danielle and I rolled into the first taxi and off we went. The taxi driver has done his best but - surprise, surprise - as there was another festival on tonight the streets were closed. We confidently said 'doesn't matter mate' (in our ...
Back in France! After our 5am train from Luxembourg we arrived back in Dijon, not for a day trip as our last visit had been a few weeks earlier, but as the starting point for riding the Burgundy Canal.
Our train ride had been a bit stressful as there was a 10 minute changeover time at Metz from our regional train from Luxembourg to our TGV to Dijon. This would have been stressful enough, but ...
... br> We checked tomorrow's trains (which was good - but a waste of time as you'll see next blog entry); had something to eat as we'd missed breakfast; and then checked into the hotel. Nice big room - spread out a bit, and then decided on walking even if we did get a bit wet. Dijon's centre is fabulous to walk around. For a start, it is very old, so there are old buildings and cobble stoned streets. We passed Cathedrale St Benigne and then St Philbert just on the ...