Hotel des Dhuits
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... which peter has been dishing out his indigestion tablets for (I personally blame the chinese in Sezanne) so I really wanted an early stop especially as it's so hot. No choice though so onwards, we pass the Logis hotel in town and sure enough a sign in the window 'ferme pour vacances' it was till early September, only the French would close at their busiest time of year! Could you really imagine a chain hotel - Hilton, Holiday Inn - anywhere in the ...
... say their last goodbyes to the animals, and since it was early morning and the sun was rising, I grabbed my camera to take a few final snap shots. We left the farm at 6.30am, and passed over the border into Liguria at about 7.30. By 11am we had crossed into Switzerland via the awesome Grand Saint Bernard Pass which winds up into the Alps from the Aosta Valley, and passes by the Saint Bernard Monastery. The monastery is famous for the dogs of the same name. During ...
... we were suddenly surrounded by Dutch, Germans and Belgiums. On Saturday we cycled down an old railway track into the town of Langres and admired its walls, cathedral and interesting buildings. After lunch we cycled down quiet country lanes through picturesque villages until we picked up the old railway line again and headed back to the ...
... and we went for about an hour and a half with a couple of stops before we found a lakeside beach to sit on and have our lunch. As Brits we could not imagine such a glorious day and an empty beach going hand in hand on Easter Sunday but we enjoyed the peace and quiet as we sat and ate our lunch. We rested for a while before heading back which surprisingly seemed a whole lot quicker than the outward journey but I had Tate on ...
Today we had to move on, the rain was going to be about all day so it was a good day to get some driving done. Also, we were going to be met by Tim and Jeni who have popped to France for the Easter break and we had picked a spot in the Champagne region pretty much at random. We were extremely efficient and got ready to go at exactly the planned time, this is almost unheard of. Our drive was fairly boring but it was a very misty day ...