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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Contrexeville
Well this is where we ended up after legging it from Saint Nicolas the terrible town! We park up in the local Carpark in town as the Aire was predictably full at 9pm. We get our heads down and put the TV on and watch Terminator 2 with sub titles like you do! We are still laughing at ourselves and the great escape! We leave in the morning very early to go to another Aire so we can enjoy our last full day in ...
We went there cause we wanted to go to the some camping called Les Hirondelles (18€) which we discovered last year. It is nice, quiet and out of our book of small campings. A big advantage is that the lady of the camping cooks a wonderful trout which comes out of their private lake, so again we really enjoyed our evening dinner on their terrace. They still remembered us and we chatted a little with our neighbors as well. We were quite tired so went for a ...
We had driven about 450 km on secondary roads doing around 80-90, so not to bad. At the camping they had two ponds, one with carpers and one with trouts. We ordered some trout with almonds for dinner which was beautiful and enjoyed our first night. We than tried out our new installed tv and watched a episode of Sherlock Holmes before going to sleep. 09/06 After breakfast and this and that (we have to get used to getting our stuff together quickly again) we ...
... boys see us! The boys have been given instructions on how to run boat,flush toilets,open and shut locks. The locks are automatic now. Don't have to get off and do it manually anymore. All the boys have boat positions. Colin and steve are the rope men. Lou is engineer (sits and listens to engine and drinks). Graham was captain till he lost a boy! ( buoy attached to side of boat). So he is now rope boy and Colin is captain.
Gone thru 4 bottles of wine ...
... br> The next morning we were rested and ready for a day of hiking in the fresh mountain air. Philippe drove us up to the Vosges, about an hour outside of Epinal, where the tree covered mountain ranges reminded us of the BC coast! Philippe packed a beautiful picnic lunch - baguette sandwiches, brioche, apples, plums and chocolate! - so we stopped at a viewpoint to enjoy food and the scenery.
We hiked through alpine meadows and the ...