Ibis Besancon Centre Ville
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A warmer night and raining heavily this morning, we have breakfast and the drive to the Citadel, which was built by Vauban in the 27th century. It sits 100 metres above the old town which was the capital of Franche-Comote and a military centre. After we entered we went in search of coffee, the restaurant was open but set out for lunches, we could hear voices in the back but nobody came to serve us, so we left. We visited the Evolution Trail first ...
... not to mention the wines. After lunch we drove to Besancon, along the 'Absinthe Way' with opportunities to taste and have tours- sounds messy to me, probably not suitable for drivers! We arrived at our destination about an hour later, were below the snow line here. Besancon has a Citadel that has Unesco World Heritage status, but the town dates back to roman times the wide and fast flowing river Le Doubs. We found ...
... 3 days and we are staying in France with my auntie and my mum. My dad and uncle got ready for their drive. My dad was going to a conference.
We relaxed a lot today and rode our bikes along the streets. We did some grocery shopping and helped mum and aunty cook and clean.
Sunday 26th Oct 2014
Today in the morning, we are doing something fun. We're going shopping I Besancon. We first went to pick my uncle’s sister and then we ...
... to play with the bikes again. After that we had lunch then returned to riding our bikes. When it got cooler we went inside. We played on the Xbox after that just watched TV and had diner. Then watched TV again and went to bed.
Mon 20th October 2014
Today we woke up ready and excited because we are going to the Besancon zoo. The zoo we are going to is not just any kind of zoo... this zoo is in castle right on the top of the mountain. More than 100 meters above ...
Since we arrived in Trieste in July we have had barely two consecutive days without rain, often of biblical proportions. In pelting rain on a flooded campsite we review our travel plans this morning, abandon all thoughts of northern Germany and Holland and head south west into France. It pelts with rain as we drive through Germany. As we cross the border into France the sun comes out. Really weird! Overnight in Besancon in Mercure ...