Kyriad Auxerre Appoigny
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 7pm. French Onion Soup followed by Pork cooked in honey with a green salad, a cucumber salad and creamy mashed potatoes. Dessert was a plum soaked in rum, custardy tart.
After dinner we took a walk to the seven locks. A distinct lack of any H&S shown again (we have seen this in France). The locks fall several meters and then is no railing or barrier, not even any warning signage! I am glad we did not walk that way in ...
Another lazy day, again too drizzly to do laundry. We wandered into town in the afternoon for an explore along the canal path. Pretty trees and pretty peacock bushes led us to a floral bridge opposite the train station into the town centre. Looking back through the photos, it actually looks quite cute but, honestly, it was awful! Being Sunday, everything was closed and ************e was about but the few ...
... and a half of Bad Neighbours movie before sleep. Saturday A lazy grey morning before a snacky lunch and Jon had a catch up call with mum to hear the latest on Yew Tree Lane plans. Then a wander into town to the supermarket. We were just commenting on how lifeless the town is with nothing to offer when a few boats started going through the loch. Great fun watching "Le boats" for half an hour, cheered us up no end. To top the positive features of this site, it's ...
Yesterday we decided to travel on from the campsite and to try and find an aire to stay at. We woke up in the morning to somebodies campervan alarm going off - not fun. It wasn't until we had endured this painful noise for about 20 minutes that Dad realised that it was actually our alarm that was going off. Oops. After we got up, Max, Dad and I rode to the local patisserie to get everybody some breakfast. After this, Max and I went back to ...
... passes validated, but we found the right place after many redirections. Everything is done the old-fashioned way - someone has to stamp your Eurail pass to validate it, and then you have to hand write all the details of each journey into the pass folder in order for it to be valid (I almost threw the folders out before our trip to save space, but thankfully I read the instructions ...