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campsite a bit disappointing compared with what we have been at on our travels so far. Not overly friendly, seems more focussed towards French clientele. The surrounds and scenery are beautiful, mountains as far as can be seen. Must be excellent for winter ski season too. Hot still. Summer has certainly hit! ...
... take away the road works signs ( the town is having a new water supply put through its heart) this place could be off a news reel in 1945. It's almost a ghost town and un touched for decades. The Tour de France came through here in 2012 and looks to have taken everyone with it! It seems the residents that do still live here and the local Maire are trying very hard to embrace tourism to bring back some life into this sleepy hamlet. One of 6 in the region with around 600 ...
Today I head off to do a spot of boating in France, leaving Pete to the delights of the English weather and croquet. I will meet Lachlan and Victoira, Jeff and Gerda from Canberra, and Heather from The Gold Coast, in Burgundy, northeast France. It's a big day of trains and busses, and I am a little nervous about ensuring: a) I can pick up my electronic tickets Ok, and b) that I make my connection in Paris from Gare du Nord, to Gare de Lyon, without getting pick pocketed or ending up at ...
We went there cause we wanted to go to the some camping called Les Hirondelles (18€) which we discovered last year. It is nice, quiet and out of our book of small campings. A big advantage is that the lady of the camping cooks a wonderful trout which comes out of their private lake, so again we really enjoyed our evening dinner on their terrace. They still remembered us and we chatted a little with our neighbors as well. We were quite tired so went for a ...
... and some unexpected discoveries of
war graves and memorials. Cover some of the Tour De France Route
- traditionally on two wheels albeit motorised. Visit into Munster
town and can see the stork nests all around and then we go back over
La Route Des Cretes for an ealy evening ride - not many roads we have not touched here now.