Ibis Budget Bourg en Bresse
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Not the cheapest Etap/Ibis budget hotel but in an ideal spot as a stop off on the way to Italy. Stayed here a few times now and is starting to show its age but still ok and gets booked up quick so that's gotta tell you something !
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... then left for Macon. The views along the river were beautiful. We even saw sheep grazing near the edge of the water.
After a delicious dinner we were entertained with a French lesson from our program director, Nicolas. We learned about the French language and this was followed by cheese tasting. A very active day for ...
We finally said goodbye to "our" boat this morning and spent a few hours hanging out playing in Branges as we waited for our taxi to Lyon. Amazing what you can do with things around you! Don't you love the little acorn folk? Weather along the boat trip has been awesome - quite lucky from what the locals have said. Food, locations and people just great - couldn't ask for ...
We disembarked in Oistreham and went through passport control at 08:00 am.
We set Chloe (our sat nav) to take us the toll free route to Montmerle sur Soane! We stop for a snack at 10:00 ish but fail to find a cafe so settle for some drinks and nibbles from a local supermarket. Later we do find a cafe for lunch! The first half of the journey is through ...
... day until we finally got to our final destination, whereupon it reduced to a drizzle. We chose Bourg en Bresse because we'd had enough driving for the day on the narrow roads in the rain - it becomes quite tiring. Thanks for the messages, Pen, and JE, Nev, Deb, Mick, Steph, Rob. Nothing much to report here today of note, except to say that we made a bit over about 200km. It's quite strange to do that here because that takes you ...
What a day! Started in sunshine, had rain, sunshine, driving rain, sunshine followed by HAIL followed thankfully by sunshine.
At breakfast we had a meeting and came up with an alternate route to avoid the trucks which scared the what-not out of us yesterday. We produced a back roads route which was lovely.
Took refuge at an inn in Nolay and met some Aussies who thought we were a multinational group because one of our group speaks ...