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13 travelers at this place:

  • Day13

    Petit dejourne

    May 20 in France

    Frühstück nach 1h Autofahrt.
    Landstraße ist sehr schön. Alles so grün❤
    Muss den Walter 🚘 im Zaum halten, 90 ist nicht seine Stärke. Der Angeber mag es dreistellig 😉😂
    Tagesziel heute: KM schrubben gen Meer 🚗🚗

  • 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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  • Day1

    Trier to Hayange (119km, 1600m)

    June 8, 2017 in France

    It was pretty bad weather today I left around 9:30 after a buffet breakfast and took some for lunch. It was a bit crap getting out of Trier it was a main road and roadworks but once I got off that hill I went up some quiet roads. In one town it was 18% I did a bit of climbing first up, about 750m in the first 25-30km so it was pretty tough but amazing scenery I almost got emotional! But then there was intermittent showers all day, I had to keep stopping and sheltering and it was a headwind all day. At the 85km mark I decided to use google maps to get straight to my air BnB but it was going to take me on main roads so I tried navigation on bikemaps and I ended up on a really gravel so turned around to ride back and tried google maps and it took me back the same way and when I eventually got into some roads I ended up on a main road with no shoulder, it was horrible. Then when I got into a town there was roadworks everywhere then I got out there and it took me on a dirt track that didn't lead to where it wanted me to go so had to redirect again. When I was 1.5km away my phone died and my backup battery didn't work for some reason. So I waved at a guy in a car and he didn't speak English but knew the street I needed to go to. I tried to charge my phone in his car but it took too long. He found another guy to translate and it ended up he said he would direct me in his car and I followed him, it was so nice. Valerie was lovely my host, but didn't speak English she drove me to the supermarket as well.Read more

  • Day1


    June 8, 2017 in France

    I tried to have a sleep in this morning but woke up to go to the toilet, I had to do a poo and the toilet wouldn't flush. It turned out the water had been turned off for some works for two hours 😬
    Valerie offered me breakfast and then I sat outside in the sun on a swing chair drinking my coffee for a while. Carl picked me up around 12 and we drove two hours to Luxeuil-les-bains it was quite a fun car ride. We discussed his upcoming tinder date!! We checked into his hotel and had some lunch then got changed to meet some of the grand fondo team for a ride. We went up the first climb which isn't actually counted as a climb on the course! It was a pretty hectic pace we headed back after 25km and had a drink in town. Then Carl and I rode around a little and went back to his hotel. Then I heard from my Couchsurfing host Odilon and walked to his place. He and his girlfriend gave me some dinner and then I had a shower and had to dry myself with a tshirt as he had no towels! His girlfriend (who is still at school) was staying until 10pm so o went down the street and found a little cafe to have a decaf 'latte' and update this diary!Read more

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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