Hotel de l'Horloge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... went to do her manicure then I got to have a turn. While my mum was doing her nails we played around until she finished and when she finish then I did mine and we went back to my auntie’s friend’s house there we had dinner and went home after with my uncle’s sister was sleeping over. While driving home my aunty hit a deer with the car on the road…we turned around and we saw the deer on the floor in pain. Then my brother started crying until ...
Fri 17th October 2014
In the morning we woke up really late past lunch. then we had lunch and went out side and played with the bike we played with the bike for hours taking a break then it was time to eat my dad and my uncle cooked and all of there friend came over the same friend that cam over on the first day we came to France we all eat the adults talked for hours and the kids played on the Xbox. Then people started leaving in a wile everyone had left and we stayed watching ...
In the morning we woke up, it was a little cold but that did not stop us from having an adventure. So we had a shower and got dress, had a big breakfast and went shopping
in a neighboring town called Besancon. Besancon is the largest town in this area, so they had more shops for us to do some grocery shopping. We went to ...
We left the B&B around 10:30 this morning. We had a lovely typical breakfast.
This was one of the best, best, best days. We did just what I love doing--driving these little country roads and finding gems like we did today.
Our first stop this morning was Saint-Desire church in the town of Lons-le-Saunier. It was a magnificent Romanesque structure erected in 1083. The ...
We were on the road at around 08:30 again this morning and made our way back to cycleway 22. This route took us through to Yverdon along lovely tiny quiet lanes and even some metalled farm tracks, through wooded and agricultural countyside. From Yverdon our route climbed over a pass in limestone country and soon we were crossing into France. There was a decent to Pontarlier and then it was onto quiet French ...