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... at 99 and celebrates his 100th in April. Having read and seen what took place it's a miracle any of the Hayes's are hear at all. The town itself is delightful, with a river running through the middle, it has some lovely churches, a Cathedral, and lots of narrow allies with interesting shops. Phil managed to negotiate Pierre through some of the narrow roads and we parked at the citadel on some grass. First time wild camping but we did check with the tourist info first, but ...
... I had found a few days earlier. We opted for the " blue" route- it was the shortest! We found a very well marked system of "randonee" paths, leading walkers through the woods on various length trails. After about 2 hrs, and 8 km, we were back at our front door. Cooper turned his "randonee" into a "jogging", and Quin and I stopped ...
... Their attention to detail and cleanliness leaves a lot to be desired,
especially when it comes to their toilet and shower facilities.
French people squat………..not cool. The showers are generally
dirty and also shared by both sexes. Not really what we are used to, especially
coming out of the perfection of Switzerland.
However we survived and since we weren’t intending to ...
4th day into the motor home trip and we have it all sorted. We picked it up on Tuesday and had some challenges getting out of Paris - our aim was to head East. We went North first then East and ended up a little short where we had hoped to the first night but found a great campsite in Dorman. From there we headed to Epernay (the Champagne Capital) and stayed 2 nights, Yes, we did sample some Champagne and went to Moët Chandon and had a tour through their ...
... there are no fewer than five British vans, all taking up the prime spaces, next to the canal.
Note, I said British, not English, in deference to our ...