Le Soleil D'or
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... say their last goodbyes to the animals, and since it was early morning and the sun was rising, I grabbed my camera to take a few final snap shots. We left the farm at 6.30am, and passed over the border into Liguria at about 7.30. By 11am we had crossed into Switzerland via the awesome Grand Saint Bernard Pass which winds up into the Alps from the Aosta Valley, and passes by the Saint Bernard Monastery. The monastery is famous for the dogs of the same name. During ...
... we can only assume were left by the French Easter Lapin. The girls very quickly got dressed and ran outside and were very excited to find many eggs had been left for them all to share. They searched high and low until every last one was found and made sure that they shared them out equally and were kind enough to give some to the little girl in the next flimsy shack who was looking on enviously. After we had found all the eggs ...
... of some village before moving on again. We did get to the campsite too early and it didn't look that impressive so we went looking for an alternative and the one we found seemed even worse so we decided on the first one. It is the sort of campsite where about two months of hard work and a fair bit of landscaping were done it would be just about be ready for opening for paying guests. Never mind, we got a pitch and a chalet for Tim ...
... to remember some of it, bless her, and this info coupled with 'Madame' waving furiously at us as we passed by yet again in our rather conspicuous auto, saved the day. When we got WiFi we got all our travel plans back so panic now over! Madame turned out to be a real character providing us straight away with a glass of beer and later treated us to a really splendid home cooked dinner with three other (French) guests, one ...
... the mighty river Saone. Three times wider than the Thames even though still 100 miles from the Mediterranean.
Stopped at Pontailler-sur-Saone and at Auxonne before reaching our winter berth at St Jean de Losne in Burgundy.
Our journey home commences by train with stops at Dijon, Troyes and Paris and finally the Eurostar.
Cheers for now!
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