Hotel La Sapiniere
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that basically sold fried food. So we had to try it out. Fried chicken with fried cheese with fried chips with fried something that was meant to be meat... I dunno. Enough calories for 4 weeks. And feeling slightly ill.
While eating, we planned our sleeping situation. It appears that its hunting season, and the entrance to every forest has giant "be careful of hunters" signs, ...
We drove 75 miles in the sun to have a couple of nights stop at Han-sur-Lesse, which we knew to be a nice stellplatz having been there before. There were 2 other Engish vans already there when we arrived, both with dogs one of which was yappy! We went for a stroll around the town, most places were closed and nothing much had changed. Back to the van for a cuppa and a rethink, when another English van ...
... 2 terriers, 1 parrot, 30 rare pigeons, chooks and a horse. What a special pair of people, and did they give us an entertaining time! We shared in a true French birthday celebration and enjoyed scrumptious food, laughter and hiliartiy during several marathon meals – 5 hours and many courses later and then you start again! Needless to say, we did not get a lot of sleep over those few days.We hope you can meet them in NZ some day.
... room for Charlotte and Bobby, our bedroom has a balcony if only we were awake enough to have a bottle of wine lol. When we arrived we checked in and got ourselves into the pool in double quick time. That was a lovely treat after all those miles. For tea we went into a nearby village called Florenville. We found a great Italian and had a beautiful meal! Yum!!! Bobby It was a long day travelling but we got there in the end to our luxurious ...
... He tells me he has to take two stops tough. No problem. He visits two cow farms and then asks me in know what he's doing. I tell him that I get the impression that he's a veterinarian. He tried to explain to me what it is he does but I don't get it in France. Then he makes the universal sign by his throat that implies killing. Okay, I get it, he's a butcher. He drops me ...