Logis La Residence
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The mountains are not really like any I've seen before. For starters, it's not easy to envisage their shape mainly because, as I said, they are largely covered in pines and assorted firs. Maybe it's Sonny Bono territory. When the trees do clear, or, more suspiciously, look as if they have been cleared by humans for play, the hills have no apparent regular shape. Not the rounded volcanoes of the Auvergne or the dark green of Scotland nor even the ...
campsite a bit disappointing compared with what we have been at on our travels so far. Not overly friendly, seems more focussed towards French clientele. The surrounds and scenery are beautiful, mountains as far as can be seen. Must be excellent for winter ski season too. Hot still. Summer has certainly hit! ...
... in farmers fields. The other strange feature here are the lakes and ponds. This region has over 1,000 of them. Black brackish holes some with boating, fishing and some with gorgeous houses built next to them. We saw an amazing one at la Mer. Two lakes and a sunken swimming pool, mill wheel and landscaped gardens. I was so in ore I forgot to get my camera out. In fact I forgot it most of the ride. It's a very relaxed and quite area of France most have forgotten about. This ...
Today we had a big day, another 100 km. We didn't get off to a great start, with me having a puncture, flat tyre, whatever, our first for the trip, and before we had even left the city. It was a bit of glass, and may have been there for a few days, as the tyre wasn't completely flat. I'm glad John could handle it all, he had all the tools, pump etc, and some CO2 canisters if we needed them. I just looked useless, ...
... flowing water through them. Lachlan is our captain, and we need hands on deck to rope the boat through the locks, and to assist through the flood gates. It turns into quite a warm day, so we moor in the shade near Ray-sur-Saône for lunch. After our lunch on board, I had a siesta, as I have a bit of a cold, and need to have a bit of a rest. Jeff and Heather cycle in to the town. When I wake up I have a swim, as ...