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After a small blip, of Peter having a grumpy day and finally admitting to being a little bit over it and feeling homesick, we are back on track. I feel guilty as he has been doing all the driving but I have offered to try. All too quickly he said no, I think the thought of me driving Frankie was an even scarier prospect.
We made our way down France to the ...
... there were some good ole Daisy's around with massive bells!! You could try this on the farm??
Off the train and onto the double decker gondola called a CabriO, it has an open top which we all wanted to be in lol Up to the top and it was spectacular. I loved it up here, there was a 30 min walk to the top of the summit and back around loop thing, so off I went. I passed Heidi on the way up and it was a tough climb but ...
This is an account of a 7 day guided cycling tour in early August through Burgundy, with accommodation on a converted barge that moved along the waterways to a new mooring each night. It starts in Dijon and travels down the Burgundy Canal and down the Sa˘ne River to the town of Tournus, where one tour party leaves and another one joins for the return tour to Dijon. We booked the tour through U-Tracks (http://www.utracks.com/utnz/index.php) , although it is actually run by ...
Leaving Reims we headed towards Dijon, famous for it's mustard!
On the way we stopped in the town of Troyes. This is a very historic town with lots of interesting architecture and a nice church.
We walked around and looked though the old town with the wooden houses and got back on the road.
Ben was in desperate need of coffee so we stopped at a small town which had a nice river running along side it and a little coffee van along side ...
... myself saying "if it turns out to be Anglican..."
It indeed is Catholic. However, it is not the one we're looking for and doesn't have mass at that time. Fifteen minutes late we drive around until LOOK! ANOTHER STEEPLE! Abandoning all pretense of following Google directions we dive once more into the fray and finally find the prize - yet another Notre-Dame-de-Something-or-Wherever.
Getting back, though, ...