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- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
... with area. Let into hotel room which is small but adequate for 2 nights.Town amazingly intact medieval city with lots of French tourists.Football boys in one cafe so must be al local match on.Police did a walk around them as a warning I suspect! Had scratch lunch with beer..croque monsieur with local cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms and salad.Shared as not very hungry. Threatening rain and storms but not cold.Explored church with bending ...
... nowhere else around, we were on the champagne route so I suppose they feel that tourists will pay their crazy prices. I'm not sure though that there were any French staying, there were other English, German & Americans - the room though was gorgeous with an upstairs loft that had another 2 beds but I had to laugh at their flat screen TV, I had thought it was a computer that was in the room as it was really just a monitor. Forget the Wifi though, when we ...
... the hotel 'arlequin' is just around the corner & only €65 so settle for that. It's really nice & we have a balcony leading just to our room ideal for drying clothes. After a quick shower we go explore, take peters picture by a De Lorian car parked in the street (doesn't looked like its moved for quite a while) we needed some ibuprofen & peter asked if there was an indian restaurant in the town. The nice pharmacist told us of an Indian he had ...