Hotel Restaurant Jeanne D'Arc
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... flowing water through them. Lachlan is our captain, and we need hands on deck to rope the boat through the locks, and to assist through the flood gates. It turns into quite a warm day, so we moor in the shade near Ray-sur-Saône for lunch. After our lunch on board, I had a siesta, as I have a bit of a cold, and need to have a bit of a rest. Jeff and Heather cycle in to the town. When I wake up I have a swim, as ...
A leisurely morning in Vesoul; I take my petit dejeuner in the hotel: lots of bread, croissant and jam. However I have another French conversation with the landlady. She has visited Australia and New Caledonia...a number of French people say they have been here. She has relatives in Melbourne. So I head out to the station, trundling my wheelie bag, for the bus I am expecting about 11. However it transpires that ...
... train to Besançon, my seat and sit back to enjoy the countryside...making sure I don't step on the lovely ladies sharing my 4 seater space. After some time I head out for a refreshing beer and some smelly cheese in the dining car. The cheese is brilliant, and the barman reassures me that I need to get off at the first stop in Besançon! By now I have put my clock forward 1 hour, due to summertime in France... and land in Besançon at 7.05pm! It looks like a wasteland, ...
... of half an hour where we discovered lots of different water sources, no surprise thinking that this area has the famous Vittel sources! Than we went to bed and watched an episode of the Arrow. 12th We had a good sleep, had our first breakfast in the sun and left around 10:30. We drove throttle little village of Vittel and bought a baguette for on the way. Through the beautiful country side on the secondary roads we enjoyed the sceneries and calm. 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 ...