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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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So how good is Dijon? Well, we scored a prime hotel site right next to the light tram station and a superb modern shopping centre (like a mini-Indooroopilly). Those brownie points just keep adding up! After finding out that one of Lars's favourite architect's most famous buildings was close by (4hr round trip) we had to get up early and set off for Ronchamp near the Swiss border. Travelling at 130km/hr on the freeways makes 100km/hr seem very slow. It was ...
... coffee, we forewent visiting the zoo and returned to the car park where we had lunch. We then set off for the next town we wanted to visit, we were on the Alsace wine route for most of our journey, every bend and street corner had a winery on it, vine yards stretched as far as the eye could see. We pulled into an aires just as it became dark. After a late evening meal we watched a couple if episodes of Allo Allo, to practice our French ...
... in the town and parked up, then we walked into town, it has a nice feel to it, the shopping area has lovely shops all set into tall buildings dating from the 1800's, there are many interesting buildings churches, museums and mansions, set inside the town walls which have the four original gates giving access to them. We picked up the town map from the tourist office and spent dome time exploring, then we headed for ...
... br> We arrived back at Spring Tide 11.30, so a total of 12 hours from leaving home. We plugged in things that needed charging and then John had a power nap. Isi tried but as she had also had a snooze on the plane so was not too tired and wanted to try to last till the night time.
We then travelled for 1 hour back to Choisey where it is a nice quiet free mooring, it is not far but there are shops albeit up a steep ...
... man who said they came over on a low loader and have been over here for 4 years. They have to go the long way round to get to their winter mooring due to the Artzviller boat lift accident. It means them going on the Rhine which we wouldn't fancy in that without a keel but then some have sailed across the channel.
After dinner John set about putting the new windscreen wiper on but it proved ...