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Travel Blogs from Auxerre
... It seems like such a long time since we set out, wondering how we would cope with our ambitious plan - would our bodies hold up, would our bikes hold up, would this, would that ........ , a bit of apprehension but a lot of anticipation and excitement. Well, it has met our expectations .... and more.
We could not have imagined that this would be such an amazing journey - from the unexpected things like Napoleon and Co ...
... Inside the town walls with its narrow cobbled streets lined with ancient houses, some built of stone and others half-timbered-houses, there are pretty squares and arches dating from the 13th to 19th centuries. In total there are 78 classified historic monuments in the town including the 15th century church of Notre Dame and the 17th century Town Hall. There is a growing group of arty people who call this town home and add to the character of the town.
We have ...
... writing in the very English garden looking out over the hills. Later on Willow had fun chatting with our neighbours on our balcony, three lovely Canadians who were cycling. In the end they had to go and find supper. They liked the look of the hotel next door and were rewarded with the best meal they had had all trip. It was delicious and beautifully ...
... was all about the ocean.
Joelle and Willie, Joelle’s twin Martine, her parents
Christiana and Robert, along with neighbours and old friends from The Vendee, Nice,
Corsica and Paris welcomed the non-French speakers warmly. Friends performed folk songs from the past.
The Australian contingent sang (badly!) Walzing Matilda!
A splendid weekend …. I had almost forgotten about Le
... all grape pickers needing some form of mountain goat in them. At one of the winery's we were chatting to a guy who had been for a vintage season in the Hunter Valley and then had spent time at the Mornington Peninsula winery's as The MP region is very similar in climate and undulating aspects with the main difference being the MP terroir is far more accommodating in fruit production. He seemed pleased to be able to chat to an ...