- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 3 days and we are staying in France with my auntie and my mum. My dad and uncle got ready for their drive. My dad was going to a conference.
We relaxed a lot today and rode our bikes along the streets. We did some grocery shopping and helped mum and aunty cook and clean.
Sunday 26th Oct 2014
Today in the morning, we are doing something fun. We're going shopping I Besancon. We first went to pick my uncle’s sister and then we ...
... went up stairs and saw the rats and mice - it was really disgusting...and it got more disgusting when the zoo keepers started feeding them. We went into a different place we saw a stuffed tiger. We saw skeletons of animals, the tail of a whale and other creepy things. After a while we got to visit the baby farm where there were pigs, goats, chicken, ducks, guinea pigs and sheep. We got to feed and pat the farm animals.
We went down to the lion and the tigers. When we ...
... France for Calais.
It would be faster and shorter to ride straight across France, but then the autoroute charges start to stack up quite alarmingly. I'll just see how far I can get before finding an overnight pit stop.
But first, last night's dinner. The Hotel del la Poste in Corps is a grand Belle Époque hostelry with astonishingly ...
... When we got to their house, it was beautiful and they had a baby, a little boy, he was only 3 months old. We stayed there for a while and someone turned the music on and everyone started dancing until midnight! We headed back to my uncle's house again but the next day is going to be a really fun day and I may need to save my voice.
... br> So, I met an angel of the Chemin yesterday. I didn't recognise it at first, but now I do... and my gratitude knows no limit.
Today's walk amounted to no more than half a day. I'd pre-booked a room here in Mouthier-Haute-Pierre, which even Laurence couldn't have cancelled. It's not a great distance from Ornans, and even less from where I actually ended-up last night. It was a decent walk, nonetheless, as it involved a pretty stiff climb up the side ...