Logis Le Relais Fleuri
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... more baguettes from the shop and then we headed back to the campsite. After packing everything up, we drove off. Several hours later, we arrived at an aire by the side of a river. We were now in Clamecy, a small (very) rural town situated in what felt like in the middle of nowhere. Max and Dad went out on a quick bike ride to explore the town whilst Mum and I prepared to make dinner for everyone. After they got back, we sat on a little ...
... to reverse that decision. Fine would have been huge!) Our arrival in Nice was much more of a culture shock than Paris. The train station seemed to be complete chaos, and we had to pay for the first time for a bathroom (which Hannah said was pretty unclean). People were very pushy, and it was hot and muggy. Our hotel is cute, but no a/c and small European rooms. I think we will ...
What stunning weather here, 9 days here on this campsite all in the 30's... We managed to find a afternoon shaded pitch that was near the showers and had a satellite signal to watch the first week of Wimbledon. The campsite was adjacent to a canal and only 300yards from the Supermarket. We throughly enjoyed our time here and ...
Well we didn't stay to listen to the frogs and have moved along to Quarre-Les-Tombes for a night in its Aire. A great stopover in Quarre-Les-Tombes with a little village square, few shops and cafe/bars. We were woken Sunday morning with many cyclists getting registered and prepared for the local monutain bike race, the village also has a small market on and we enjoyed a coffee watching it all go on in the ...
... kindness of strangers.
The walk was beautiful and challenging. What the guide book called hilly, we would call mountainous in Minnesota. It was all fields of wheat and cattle farms along the way. I passed through maybe four towns that were about as picturesque as you can imagine. They still had the old narrow medieval streets and no building looked to be less than 200 years old. People greeted me kindly as I passed through, even the people ...