Entre Mer Et Montagne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Reblouchon, I suspect I will have to eat all of that too.
Our little detour, via the LeClerc supermarket, means, we have completed 28.5 miles, today.
On our return to the campsite, we find it has filled up, almost exclusively with Dutch people. I do not know what is going on in Holland, but, it would appear they are evacuating the place, given the number of Dutch who have arrived here in the course of the day.
Wednesday 23rd September 2015
A cloudy and decidely cool start (9C) to the day.
It does not improve much, cloudy and cool (14C), until 17:00, at which point, sunshine.
We explore Digoin, which is much bigger than we thought, but, it would appear mostly closed for the season.
Thursday 24th September 2015
A misty start to the day, but, by 9:30, the sun is beginning to burn off ...
... kebab and a lovely tex-mex steak. The owners have a domesticated white rabbit that happily potters around but after dinner Tia caught sight of the poor thing and the chase was on..! Nice enough campsite although cheap and basic it was a little tatty... We left the next ...
Today we visited the town of Paray-le-Monial a Beautiful Town... Running along side the canal with some truly magnificent building adjacent, very clean and well kept gardens, streets and town centre. Being a Monday morning it was very quiet with most shops and restaurants closed. Aire is only a few minutes walk into the town and there are a number of Motorhomes here unlike most where your lucky if there another one or ...
Saint-Christophe-en-Brionnais Sunday afternoon walk. A very quiet Aire with only the tractors of local farmers disturbing the tranquility of the setting, a real treat for a lazy Sunday Afternoon. We were the only ones that night staying... A slight issue arriving on the site was the rear bar catching on the road surface even bring some Tarmac up as Herman negotiated the roads ...