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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... same girl she was just a few months ago! And they've grown physically too! They are looking forward to going home, having their creature comforts back and feeling excited about their new school. Having time and space away has been helpful, it's been the antithesis of life over the last few years. Today we challenged each other to guess what day of the week it was! (On first guess we were all wrong!) But, rebalancing has been great for ...
... so we ended up on the right road, found a l'eclerc supermarket for some breaky. Drove on for another hr or 2 stopped for brunch & Andy took over the driving to our next site where we arrived at 2pm. Set up and decided to take a wander into Belfort which was a lovely 20 min stroll away, boy is it hot again so stopped for a small beer over looking the towns canal. Once back at the site we decided to cool off and ...
... car park on the side of the mountain and through the 'I translate app' we were able to chat to some lovely French people who went above and beyond to accommodate us by moving their vans a little closer so we could squeeze in. By the end of the afternoon there was no chance of us moving...the car park turned into a last in first out policy, but we didn't mind. As the rain and fog set in overnight we watched the World Cup final on Luke and Kate's TV. The following ...
Today climbed to col du schucht above gerardmer. Tough climb after 2 weeks off the bike - luckly missed the rain but saw the amazing TDF caravan before the stage. Got into gerardmer yesterday to catch end of stage 8 - saw Stuart O'Grady and the green edge ...
... a few days ago. But the cycle path was amazing - a cycling superhighway! Wide, paved, well-signed and so scenic. It's quite astounding the money that has been invested in the cycling infrastructure in all the areas we have been in - not just the paths, but architecturally wonderful bridges, benches, picnic areas, information kiosks, bike racks. A lot of it looks quite new. Perhaps part of ...