Ardennes?

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Re: Ardennes?

Post by Adrian » Mon May 23, 2016 8:25 pm

I've emailed you old pal


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Re: Ardennes?

Post by hornet » Tue May 24, 2016 9:13 am

Rocroi right on the french Belgium boarder its a lovely old square fortress town near Revin is a good place to start from then get yourself onto the D1 to the D31 then Im not quite sure of road numbers but head toward Boullion think its the 893 and 810 if you can see a map you would soon see why I picked this road its like a coiled up Python :)

The road into Boullion is excllent fun and Boullion is well worth a look nice place to watch the world go by

Grotes de Han caves were a really cool place to see glad we went in other than that

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Re: Ardennes?

Post by gspod » Tue May 24, 2016 11:11 am

+1 for Rocroi. If you take the road to Bourg Fidele you find camping La Muree which has a small bar and restaurant and also does B&B (probably need to book). There is a motorcycle on a pole outside as the owner is/was a biker and very biker friendly. In fact they used to have a small marquee to use in the rain. (thumbs)

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