Mercure Luxeuil Les Bains Hexagone
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... the area each little hamlet has built an Aire and provides services for us to use, desperately trying to encourage us to stay a while. We are going to, it's lovely. Clive's pinged the only thing that appears to be open each afternoon. A bar selling German beer! The other shops appear to have just been abandoned. One still has old dusty books on its shelves, another has an old typewriter on the back table and an old Supermarket type grocers still has packet foods in its ...
... the exceptions. As John also said, there's not much to write home about here. Quite a few of the shops were closed today as France's official sale period starts tomorrow. Mulhouse is a bigger place, and it is our last night for our ride, so we may have a look around there. There is also a car museum there which John might enjoy, while I have a shop. We are still tight with our luggage until we finish our hike around Mont Blanc, so I'm hoping there's not too much that I ...
... 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 ...
A leisurely morning in Vesoul; I take my petit dejeuner in the hotel: lots of bread, croissant and jam. However I have another French conversation with the landlady. She has visited Australia and New Caledonia...a number of French people say they have been here. She has relatives in Melbourne. So I head out to the station, trundling my wheelie bag, for the bus I am expecting about 11. However it transpires that ...
... Voila.... My electronic ticket to St Pancras arrives at the electronic machine! I bid farewell to Pete who will compete in the Ramsgate Golf Croquet champs on Saturday and Sunday, and head off on my adventure. The train to St Pancras through the lovely Kent countryside is great. St Pancras is very busy as it's Friday, and lots of English people seem to be heading for France. I queue for my ticket, the loo, queue for my departure check, for security, passport control....luckily not ...