Hotel des Dhuits
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... By staying somewhere just about comfortable on the way home, it makes it just that bit easier to separate ourselves from our travels. I suppose that's the disadvantage of driving. Yes, you have more freedom, but unlike a plane which takes you home, like it or not, when you're in a car, the ability to give in to temptation is within easy reach! We are now on Le Shuttle, and about to head back to the balmy 20•C of England. I should've brought my coat. We've ...
... 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 ...
... had left her feeling like an old stiff cowboy but unfortunately I had not brought my costume so I was unable to oblige. It was getting late so we headed back to our campsite to have some dinner and play some games before bed. The weather is supposed to be getting better and better and we can only assume that this forecast is correct so we are looking forward to the next week, especially as it is the twins birthday in two more ...
... they must have served up some pretty fine crepes. Galettes all round to start with and then of course polishing off the kids meals with sweet crepes to follow. It was good. One downer was that when Ruby went to the toilet a sheepdog that was with another group in the restaurant got startled as she ran past and bit her on the foot. It didn't break the skin but she had teeth marks on her foot even though she had her shoes on. Our ...
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When we got to Soissons, on the ring road we passed La Sucrerie - an enormous sugar factory, with belching chimneys and huge piles of sugarbeet, overlaid with a sickly sweet cooking smell - it was just like Bury St Edmund's!
We passed Chateau-Thiery and Sezanne, and skirted around ...