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Travel Blogs from Vitry-le-Francois
... say their last goodbyes to the animals, and since it was early morning and the sun was rising, I grabbed my camera to take a few final snap shots. We left the farm at 6.30am, and passed over the border into Liguria at about 7.30. By 11am we had crossed into Switzerland via the awesome Grand Saint Bernard Pass which winds up into the Alps from the Aosta Valley, and passes by the Saint Bernard Monastery. The monastery is famous for the dogs of the same name. During ...
... taking some more snaps, we jumped into Fifi and headed to Hautvillers. What a fantastic view, we founding a picnic spot to have some lunch, pulled out the ever and always gorgeous French baguette with a bit of jamon and just admired our surroundings. We even managed to find the Moët vineyards. Awesome day.
Yesterday we headed into Reims for the day and hit a couple more Champagne Houses, Veuve Clicquot and GH Mumm, this is bubbles I discovered when we first hit France ...
... The sign says it's open but it doesn't look that way. The manager is nowhere to be found. I decide to go to a grocery store, get some food. When I get back. The managers still not there. I wait for an hour eating some food when I see who I think is the manager. He ignores me completely for the first 15 minutes and then asks what I want. He's not very friendly. I tell that I need a place to put up ...
... after some frantic fiddling I enabled another map stored on the GPS and it started to work again. If Ian gets around to reading this when we are all home I hope it will bring a smile to his face!
I have shied away from mentioning the weather in case I give it the kiss of death but,just in case you haven't guessed from our pictures, we have been very lucky with the weather. I hope it holds for the rest of the trip.
... how often a mooring is outside one and not a pretty view).
Isi sat outside and did some passage planning to get to Toul, as we now have an idea how long this canal takes with all its locks. John did the washing up after dinner of homemade beef burgers (Isi’s speciality) and cauliflower cheese. He then had a shower and we relaxed for the rest of the evening. Isi tried our Mi-Fi and it worked so she managed to publish yesterday’s blog and check ...