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House in Vraignes-en-Vermandois

Another house in Vraignes-en-Vermandois

Roadside in Vraignes-en-Vermandois

A house in the nearby village, Bouvincourt-en-Vermandois


We set off yesterday in the rain for Vraignes-en-Vermandois, a journey of about 2½ hours and it rained non-stop. We crossed another great viaduct – this trip we had to pay two tolls; the first was €12.20 and the next was €8.60 so they mount up! We found the Camping Hydrangea campground N 49°53'7.7892" E 3°3'51.951" easily and when the rain eased we went for a short walk to check out the surroundings. It’s a tiny village, nothing here but a few houses – no shops or pub!

Today we had a nice sleep in and a leisurely brunch – we’d ordered fresh French bread the night before. After that when the sun came out we went for a walk along the country lane through the flat fields to the next village – no shops or pub there either – we walked about 6km and enjoyed the chilly but fine day.



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