Monthly Archive: August 2016

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Moulin De La Geneste near Uzerche, Limousin

Having had a lovely night before we had decided to head down towards the Dordogne area as we slowly made our way towards the West Coast. The first challenge was getting Michelle out of...

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Marvellous Meursault

During our last rainy day, I had found a vineyard in Meursault that did tastings and also had a France Passion campervan stop, so I emailed and spoke to Jean Michel Dury of Domaine...

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The Sun has got its Hat On……..Somewhere

Thunderstorms……..ALL night! We woke with a plan to go on a walk through the forest, as recommended by Tom, one of the friendly managers here at Camping de Saulieu. Yes, great in theory. The...

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Chablis and the countryside towns of Burgundy

Obviously overnight we had big thunderstorms and plenty of rain, but the morning started with glorious sun and decent temperatures for our day ahead. This morning we went into Chablis village which, not dissimilar...

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Wine Heaven

So we packed up to leave Camping Bankenhof and set off back to France. First of all, the all-important trip to a German supermarket to top up veggie supplies (none were previously found in...

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Romancing in the Rain – Dinklesbuhl to Rottingen

The start of day 39 is becoming all too familiar with the pitter patter of rain drops, actually it was more like a full blown thunderstorm but you get my drift. Determined to at...

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Which Way is North? A cycle ride from Donauworth to Harburg.

Day 38 began bright eyed and bushy tailed with us all excited about the cycle ride. Even Juno appears to have conquered her fears ready for a lovely day. The cycle path says that...

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More Romanticising

Day 37 started with me being a tad concerned over the amount of pig that I ate last night.  I became a vegetarian at the age of 12, only starting to eat fish recently,...