Le Clos de Rebillotte
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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Faucogney is in a National Parc Regional Des Ballons Des Vosges. Great area is south west corner of Vosges. Haute -Saone. Aire. Brilliant and purpose built for 4 vans by the sports fields a short walk from Centre Ville. Services perfect for 2€ the quietest Aire to spend a few days. Really like this place. This is a very interesting village. Oh my word. I didn't expect to see anything quite like this little hamlet. The clock has stopped it seems after the Second World War. ...
... bicycles. However we've had enough of the bikes for today, so we have set off on foot. Well we explored MONTBELIARD, and it didn't really take very long; nice parks, nice shopping area, an old chateau, and some nice boats moored at the harbour, but that's about all. John thinks that this would be like going to Wendouree for a holiday. Still, we are really just in transit, and not every town we stop at is going to be great. We have liked most places, with DIGOIN and this ...
... flowing water through them. Lachlan is our captain, and we need hands on deck to rope the boat through the locks, and to assist through the flood gates. It turns into quite a warm day, so we moor in the shade near Ray-sur-Saône for lunch. After our lunch on board, I had a siesta, as I have a bit of a cold, and need to have a bit of a rest. Jeff and Heather cycle in to the town. When I wake up I have a swim, as ...
... The markets are finishing, but I buy a bottle of rose, and some petit fours for the trip. A little respite in the Jardins Anglais, and back to the station to meet Victoria and Heather! So we arrive at the boat at Scey-sur-Saone. It's in a delightful harbour, and is quite roomy. Bedrooms are small, Heather and I to share, organise ourselves with the extra bunk, and where to put things in the ensuite. A little ...
... but I can walk from the station, and hit the old town. Most places are closing...but I find a couple of bars open. I cant really find everyone out and about as we saw in Croatia...but the rose is very drinkable, and reasonably priced! And the weather is delightful...it is in the 20's, a lovely balmy summer evening, and the light goes on and on. My hotel room window looks straight onto a wall, so hanging out in the square drinking rose is a good option. La belle France! Je suis ...