Domaine de Venoise
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well no different this morning with the sour pusses, they had actually added breakfast to our bill so peter had to ask for it to be removed. Then I had the cheek to ask for some water for our water bottles - I actually thought he was going to say no! Let's get out of here, off south towards Montbard with no breakfast, luckily the roads were really nice no big hills and no traffic. For a change we arrive in time for lunch just after 12 but as ...
... wasn't anywhere for dinner but the hotel. Another arm and a leg although it was good, except the half bottle of red wine which was s*** (€18) although I'm not sure five courses - if you include the 'amuse bouche' was necessary. We then had a couple of games of pool as they had a pool table and then had a great nights sleep in the huge bed, although I have to say not to have a bottle of water in the room is really poor, it would cost them all of ...
Another lazy day, again too drizzly to do laundry. We wandered into town in the afternoon for an explore along the canal path. Pretty trees and pretty peacock bushes led us to a floral bridge opposite the train station into the town centre. Looking back through the photos, it actually looks quite cute but, honestly, it was awful! Being Sunday, everything was closed and ************e was about but the few ...
... flies! So we bought some fly strips at the supermarché. A great idea when in large buildings and can be suspended away from everything and everyone. Over a couple of hours, we managed to stick ourselves, our hair, then our clothes, then the dog to it before Jon finally launched it into the corner of the awning! We ended 8 flies before the strip's demise! A quick Skype with Verity before full English for dinner. Then half of Mockingjay movie and a Prison Break before ...
... more baguettes from the shop and then we headed back to the campsite. After packing everything up, we drove off. Several hours later, we arrived at an aire by the side of a river. We were now in Clamecy, a small (very) rural town situated in what felt like in the middle of nowhere. Max and Dad went out on a quick bike ride to explore the town whilst Mum and I prepared to make dinner for everyone. After they got back, we sat on a little ...