Category Archives: Wifi in France

Chalons-en-Champagne to Vraincourt. Farewell to vineyards. We’ll miss you…

July 27-August 5, Chalons-en-Champagne. As I mentioned in my last post the Canal Entre Champagne et Bourgogne had a bridge closure, stopping all traffic for about 10 days and so we tied up on one of the pontoons in Chalons … Continue reading

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Pont d’Ouche to Plombiére-les-Dijon and a mishap.

Tuesday, August 9th. Guess who ran out of internet again? Can hardly believe we went through €80 and 10gigs in 18 days! We can’t work out how we are chewing through 10 gigs so quickly. So there was no internet … Continue reading

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Dijon by train. The search for Wifi options continues.

Wednesday 20th July dawned another scorcher, heading for 35° in the shade. We were up 7am and on a train bound for Dijon at 8.56am. Very specific at SNCF (France’s National Railway) and usually on time. It’s amusing to think … Continue reading

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