Travel Blogs from Bourg-en-Bresse
... It was halal food and the stews were so good. One was lamb with lentils and the other chicken with olives, potatoes and carrots. So nice. I'm glad we found this place because its convenient and great winter food for my wife.
Nothing interesting otherwise except I noticed lots of police and more cameras whilst driving. I never really noticed them before, so I think its likely I probably have a bunch of speeding fines waiting for me...oh well.
... cash because it charges me fees. Another lie, considering USAA and capital one were both my choices for debit cards specially because they have no foreign transaction fees. They asked me if I had an address in France, and I of course said no, I live in the United States. They finally either gave up, or just forgave me. She said they will let it go because they know its not my fault and because I've been very quiet and ...
... just the tent left.
The wind was blowing a bit so it was a bit of a mare to get the Milano 6 small enough to get into it's bag.
Job done and we were ready to roll just before 12. Our first stop was very far as it was in Crest itself.
We stopped in Crest just to grab something to eat rather than pay the extortionate motorway prices.
Food eaten we were away by 1pm for the ...
... the garage, but it all adds fun to the trip.
While sitting outside in the evening we had a beautiful coloured moth flying around, his bright orange body seemed to glow in the dark, I did manage to get a picture when he settled on the light.
We're moving off today to our campsite in Crest, it's only a 150 mile ride so we hope to be there early afternoon.
Hopefully it will be a pleasant ride and then the adventure really begins.
This is out last day of travel as we meander our way along the sleepy river coming across the occasional fisherman or family camped in the river banks enjoying the 30 something degree summers day. A little sad it has come to an end but at peace with world without WiFi. Arriving at the Le Boat base in Branges we lunch on the boat with our last bottle of Olivier Giyot Rose and start to do ...