Logis L'Oree du Bois
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- Swimming pool
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... 10:30 am. We drove through the beautiful landscape of the Voges and "la route des grands Crue" where you find hundreds of vineyards. Lots of chateaus and gorgeous old villages along these roads. We felt like stopping and staying around this area to visit but we have appointments with our friends, so we'll just have to come back here without the caravan and a small tent than we would be here in 5 driving. At 5:30 pm we arrived at the house of Hubert and ...
... hit our first port of call Selles. We have never had so many laughs. Inside boat is great. Had to draw straws to see who got ensuites and who got single bunks. Karen and Lou and we got ensuites. Yea! Others got single bunks and Erica got a room to herself. Had a real nice dinner tonite. We all had a few drinks (even Erica) and we got the only other couple in the restaurant to join us! You know how social we all are en mass!
As you can guess we all slept ...
This is our hotel room. Small and pokey. All these photos I called " from" is for Plombieres les-Bains.this is where the train took us from Dijon to Plombieres les-Bains. Beautiful old place. Lots of Roman features! Just come back from dinner. Very nice. Lou shouted a bottle of champagne to celebrate the start of our journey!. Weather a bit drizzle. Hope it clears up for our canal ...
... tasty wild blueberries growing in many places which kept them going. Up in the Vosges we saw markers indicating the old boundary between France and Germany before the first World War. Even in the mountains one gets a strong sense of history of the place!
Our visit with Philippe and Stephanie finished with a beautiful dinner prepared by Stephanie and we set off the next morning for Nuremburg to visit Klaus, Irfhan's old travel ...
We continued on our way south through the French countryside encountering little resistance and only good weather. South of Troyes we decided to follow a cycling route from the lonely planet which took us through a national park area and then spat us out in the red wine district around Dijon. We hit a stellar run of campsites with brilliant settings, nice facilities for ...