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15 travelers at this place:

  • Day89


    August 5 in France

    Heute sind wir eine deutlich kürzerer Strecke von 360km gefahren. Auf der Fahrt hat Viki schonmal die Bilder sortiert, dann wäre das schonmal erledigt. Der Campingplatz liegt auf einer Insel in einem Fluss auf die man über zwei Brücken gelangt. Nachdem die erste wegen einem Radrennen gesperrt ist, versuchen wir zur zweiten zu kommen um dann festzustellen, dass diese auch gesperrt ist. Wir suchen uns dann einen Campingplatz circa 30km weiter raus. Der Platz ist schön und liegt auch an einem Fluss. Noch eine Runde baden und schon ist der Tag vorbei.
    Unsere letzte Nacht auf einem Campingplatz.
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  • Day3


    September 9 in France

    Endli widermal es Bsüechli bi Steff und Bea :)
    Mir hend wunderbar verusse Fondue gässe, am nächste Morge Zmorge am Seeli und nachher simmer ga lose wie hüpsch sie und ihres Chörli singed. Das het richtig guet tah und mir sind schön "abegfaahre".

    Am Nami hets nachli Action geh bi de Fischumsiedlig. Sie hend z wenig Wasser gha und drumm hemmer sie Chorbwiis in andere Weier bracht. Steff und Bea hend e Schlammpackig vo Chopf bis Fuess inbegriffe bechoo :)

    Nachem Dusche hemmer ois uf de Weg nach Lörrach gmacht... und nach wenige Minute Fahrt gmerkt das mer nideso begabt sind im Chopfrächne... die vermiidliche 40min spatzig wommer iigrechnet hend sötted ez gad segg lange zum uf de Autozug cho. uupsiii
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  • Day2


    May 20 in France

    There is little for me to say on this day, other than the absolute chill-time that was had. After the full-on (wonderfully so) trip that was the great FL, this day was ability bliss. We had no plans, we all only spoke to each other in brief intervals of congenial conversation, and minded our own business. And, of course, Dougal was trotting about which made me just the happiest person ever.

    So I sat pool-side, and read, and read, and read. I did swim, once. It was very, very cold. The water glistened, invitingly, a beautiful blue which reflected the glistening sun above us. And once I was swimming, it was refreshing, a nice cooling sensation in a sea of diamond lights. But soon the pre-hypothermia kicked in, and I shivered myself out of the pool and into a towel. Then I napped. It was wonderful.

    The evening was only improved upon, as Josh had made an amazing lamb roast, slow-cooked on the BBQ no less, and there were delicious potatoes perfectly crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, there were green beans covered in garlic, an amazingly fresh salad, and the best wine, naturellement. We then walked off a very satisfying meal with a small stroll around the town, and oh lord is it beautiful. A sea of vineyards surrounded us, and as the sun set slowly the sky was a beautifully peaceful pastel pink.

    The peace was not to last, however. War was declared on the return to the house. Names in a Hat was the order of the day, and after a snail-like pace to get the game started we had a sassy but appropriately friendly round. Who won is unimportant. Definitely, and absolutely, redundant.
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You might also know this place by the following names:

Département de la Haute-Saône, Departement de la Haute-Saone, Haute-Saône, Alto Saona

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