Hotel Du Lac La Mezelle
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- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to start, plus smelly cheese and rye bread. Victoria prepares spaghetti carbonara with salad with the lettuces and radishes Jeff and Heather have bought from a farmer on their ride. Lovely dinner and great to be sheltered from the rain. After dinner some of us play pass and play scrabble on my iPad, which Lachlan is winning, til he goes to bed, and I eventually come out victorious. Sleep to the sound of rain on the ...
... which is supposed to come at 11.15, is not likely to arrive unless there is a booking. I have no booking. Here is the number for booking. But bookings are not open on the weekend....so I am stuck! I phone Lachlan...don't worry, we can pick you up in the car after we drop some bags off. The bus does not indeed arrive, so I have bit of a wander around Vesoul, trailing my bag as I have not found anywhere to leave ...
... leave in cars. Luckily I find the spot where the bus will take me to Vesoul, and although my electronic ticket I thought included this leg, I just fork out the 6.45 Euros to the bus driver! More delightful French countryside, although I am looking forward to arriving by this stage. In Vesoul at last at 8.30 pm....I wander the streets asking directions a couple of times to end up at the hotel du Lion at 8.45pm! Zut alors! I am not hungry but could do with some wine! Vesoul is a ...
... we got a big shower and the rest of the day the sun and rain took their turn. We arrived at 5:10 pm at Bellerive-sue-Allier which actually is just over the bridge from Vichy. Hubert just arrived to welcome us. We got settled, organized and our stuff out of the caravan, which we parked in front of the house. As Mylene wasn't there but in Algeria to manage their funpark for a month and a half, Hubert had to do everything and invited friends for a dinner in the ...
... ever since. The crossing to Calais was uneventful and we stayed the night at our usual campsite at Guines - all very quiet to say it is still the Easter holidays.
We stocked up with food and petrol before heading south to stay at Langres about 40 km's north of Dijon. The campsite was deserted on the Friday evening but come ...