La Grange du Relais Hotel-Restaurant
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... in one of the town squares and the house he lived in is still here.
It was really really hot the day we visited - the temperature hovered in the high 80’s. It was also the last full day of sunshine we have had since then! I lose track of time but I think that was about 8-9 days ago. We were coming off a period of having had almost no wifi coverage for several days on end and I had things I really needed to do with wifi, so we split our time in ...
... Balesmes Tunnel. It is a one way tunnel, 4823 meters long, about 8 meters wide, plus a tow path on the side. It is well lighted. You are supposed to wear life jackets, turn on your navigation lights, and a few other things, but there is no one around to check that you do. The one way traffic is automatically controlled with your remote clicker that activates the locks. When we clicked for entry the red light turned green and the notice board said Go ...
"Everyone let's go and see the lake" says mum. Sometimes we have those moments when you say "oh really! Do we have to?" but we always just got to let it go. So that morning we went and had a walk around the lake - Le lac du Der. On our way driving to the lake we bought some free range eggs from a vending machine outside a farm - kind of like an honesty box like we have back home. ...
... take back to NZ such as lilos and snorkels. One last trip to the "8 a huit" (convenience shop) which is a bit of a misnomer as it is not open "8am-8pm" but closes for about 3hrs in the middle of the day and closes at 7.30pm! Also some sustenance from the bakery for the car trip ahead, some gas for Zippy and we were off heading north towards Champagne. Our first hurdle was just north of Annecy when "Lisa" misdirected us just through a toll booth by telling us to stay in the ...
... to face walking past the dog... and to find out whether his bite was any worse than his bark.
My accommodation in Laferte-sur-Aube was a comfortable holiday-let sourced at a reasonable price on the internet. Not unexpectedly, the village had few amenities to offer the visitor; not even a bar or a shop. Consequently, I would have to make the food in my rucksack last the evening, this morning and, most likely, lunchtime too.
I put on a brave face ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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