Premiere Classe Reims Est - Taissy
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Bed, tiilet, shower and wifi that actually works (altought quite alle but still working)
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... 18 horses to move it. After that we visited De Castellane winery and we climbed to the top of the tower there - 207 steps! Ben thought the view was excellent and Jon thought he could see our house! Next we walked down to the town to have dinner and ate a delicious burger. Ben and Jon then went to the chocolatier and got puppy shaped chocolates on sticks to eat. They liked them so much they wanted to get another ...
... from dragging our bikes in their great new Thule bike bags behind us. Just part of the fun of travelling. The next day we headed to the town of Sens to pick up our campervan from a company we've previously hired from and all went smoothly from there. We have the van for nine whole weeks so it needs to be pretty comfortable and it is. Our next stop was the enormous Auchan supermarche where we stocked up on some essentials and non-essentials. I always love foreign ...
... aboard Dutch barge (we thought they would have moored the other side where there was plenty of space so were very surprised when they blocked us in) so he had to move to make room for our departure. Simon and Jenny can be very noisy with their manoeuvres shouting at each other so a crowd started to build on the boats and the walkways. Simon had Jenny hold their bow at a bollard while he swung the stern out (it would have ...
... tomorrow and then at 11.05 we set off for Reims. All was going well until 3 locks from Reims when there was a barge just gone into the lock going down, another waiting to come up before we could go down, so we tied up. Whilst we were waiting a car pulled up in to a parking space just in front of us and they started waiving – it was Bob and Kathleen (John's sister) who were on their way back to the channel tunnel and arrived with ...
... be from a city mooring when we pick up Jean and Margaret. We found the station and got lots of information from the Tourist information office from a lovely lady called Cecile who obviously enjoyed her job and loved speaking English to us. We then walked down through the park area to the canal. There was a petrol station there with diesel at €1.29 per litre with mooring hoops, so it was noted!
After a bit of a walk ...