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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 22-12-2015, 21:14
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That's cracking info many thanks - I have never headed in that direction and specific info like that is a gem - did you regret any of the stops?


I am already excited now - only 9 months to plan and wait - I rang Camping F1 today and they haven't got details of next year yet - I'll think I'll go that way though!


I like they sound of your "faster" route down - then unwind with a slower route home and much vino on the way!


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then unwind with a slower route home and much vino on the way!
In that case I can very highly recommend the France Passion 'aire' at Cissey, near Beaun ( N46.959850, E4.869018 ).

We are not with France Passion and found the details elsewhere, but we were welcomed there. Fantastic place with free stay of up to 48 hours, complete with water, black & grey waste, EHU and Wi-Fi, ALL free! It also has the free use of a BBQ pit (just provide your own charcoal and food), patio furniture and kiddies playground, all around an open fronted small 'barn' that has an honesty fridge (in fact 2) full of the local wine, full price range from a few Euros to around 40 a bottle, when we were there - and very nice it was too {hic!}

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That's cracking info many thanks - I have never headed in that direction and specific info like that is a gem - did you regret any of the stops?


I am already excited now - only 9 months to plan and wait - I rang Camping F1 today and they haven't got details of next year yet - I'll think I'll go that way though!


I like they sound of your "faster" route down - then unwind with a slower route home and much vino on the way!


Terry
I think I must have mis-posted this reply. So here is a repeat.

All the stops were ideal for the journey we were making.

Just be aware that if you stop at the campsite before mont blanc that when back on the motorway you don't miss the tunnel sign which takes you off the motorway, else you will carry on straight into switzerland.

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@45.90...!6m1!1e1?hl=en

There is a weekly return tunnel ticket for about £50 which is useful.

Terry

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