Hotel de Paris
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- Swimming pool
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... hear Phil outside starting the truck and unscrewing the butane tanks; no doubt to try to warm them up in the heat of the truck cabin. I grabbed my clothes and stuck them under the comforter to try to take the chill off before putting them on. I had to pee so bad I felt like my bladder was going to burst, but knew I couldn't since our black tank is full. (We've been trying to find a dump station that can accommodate our ...
Our little room in Saint Etienne (Hotel Tenor) forced us out early as we had some k's to cover today. Picked up some supplies from the Hotel Deville's supermarket, including choc and plain croissants for morning tea, & stuff for a baguette lunch. Headed NW to Vichy, then Moulins, then ended at Nevers in a lovely Ibis Hotel (not flash) just over the ...
... 3 flights of narrow stairs (luckily we only had our backpacks and had left the big suitcases in the trunk of the Duster!) and into our surprisingly modern little room. A sudden downpour of rain found us tucked up with a bottle of Barnaut champagne and some crackers & pate, awaiting a break in the weather!
When we were able to do the walkabout ...
We left astrids house and drove back via moulins. A beautiful town! We lunched in an amazing bistro that looked like it was unaltered since it was built in 1899. 14 euro bought the most amazing home cooked 2 course lunch we have had! So big we barely needed dinner ...
The best thing about having a car is the flexibility to go wherever you want whenever you want. Our drive to and from Gerardemer was long but not a bad one. This is because we have set our GPS to avoid tolls which means we have had the opportunity to drive through some of the most remote French towns. It seems the further inland you go the more you see of the ...