Hotel Premiere Classe Troyes Bucheres
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Wow. Thick fog. Its a good job we've walked to Peas before, as you could barely see across the vinyards. In fact, the fog was spread right across the valley and hadn't budged by our return.
Drove south to Troyes, with the fog finally dispersing by the time we arrived. The historic centre was very different to the towns and villages around Broyes and further north to Reims.
... signs about skin infections caused by waterbird parasites and stomach infections from the water!!! We were going to stay a few days and use the bike trails, but decided to move on in the morning.
As we walked back from our stroll at about 5pm it started to rain. It then hammered down until about 4am!!
... almost glad to be back in the car for another 2 hours driving!
The scenery became notably flatter with harvest fields as we approached the Champagne region. At one point we both spotted our first ever twister! OK so there weren’t cows or cars flying around but we could see the dust from the harvest being sucked up into god knows where – very cool and a first for us ...
... co-operative selling local produce which was nice to wander round (not for the boys!) but shopping is always frustrating as we are so restricted on buying stuff because of weight and size - we did manage a wee pot of rhubarb jam tho! Orangina and ice-creams placated the boys and we returned to the gite for one final swim - with both Mum and I being very brave as well! BBQ for tea - and a good way to eat up the fridge.
Another overcast drizzly day but with fresh bread and pomme chaussons from the van to start off breakfast well. Not quite sure if we'd get anything done before lunch, so we ended up having a little driving tour around Gigny and it's environs. Havre Paisible the name of the gite means peaceful haven - and it largely was, except for the neighbouring church bells chiming loudly every quarter of an hour (seems a theme for this holiday) and the large agricultural ...