Le Domaine Chateau du Faucon
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... driving those narrow windy roads.
-Fortified villages, such as Colmar, Castillane, Provins, with their romantic turrets and battlements. Streets and bridges are always adorned with the most beautiful baskets of hanging geraniums, busy lizzies and the like. ‘Ville Fleuri’ as the French call these towns. And fruit trees are loaded.
-The refreshingly cool, green, and shady chestnut, elm and fir forests throughout ...
... 3 was probably a little over ambitious. Nigel and R2D2 took off a little late but overall it's been a good first day. Lots of travel on what can only be described as shockin roads in Belgium was a little boring at times. But the strawberry flan, The Twits, a great swim followed by a superb pasta were the highlights for me. Yup the first day went well. Now for a monster drive to Switzerland for our first day under canvas. I hope I remembered the poles ...
... brings me all the way to Neufchateau. I find a campsite that's owned by a Dutch family. By now I've learned that it's worth while to tell people I'm on a budget. The people start calculating, give me quite a big discount but still end up being the most expensive so far. I forgot my towel in Bastogne. I ask the Dutch family if they have a spare towel for me. They do and in my mind this makes up for the high ...
Monday morning dawns clear and sunny, and we set off for Charlesville de Meziers.
Apart from some heavy traffic, on the outskirts of Lille, a completely uneventful drive.
The Aire at Charlesville de Meziers is full, so, we have to use the adjacent campsite (Camping Mount Olympus ).
We have time for a walk into town, and a beer, before the rain starts.
6th June 2013
We both had a good night's sleep and so after tea we were up and got ready to go before breakfast, we were that keen!
On checking the water coming out of the exhaust we discovered the bung had come out of the dinghy in our rough manhandling to get it back on board last night. So we had to inflate that again before we could go. Once underway there was definitely a happier and ...