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Post by F.Brossaud » Fri 01 Jun, 2012 22:22

HI,

With our kid, our move to the south of France and a new job, I hardly had time in the last few years to connect to the forum :oops: ...
Z is in the garage and I need to drive it !

In few words,
After Z tour in Loire Valley in 2008,
After Ztour in Quercy in 2009,

I propose a Z tour in Pyrenees and Cathar country in 2013 !
date is not yet finalized but it should take place between beginning of May and mi-June, during 2 days, with "all included" formula like inthe past

It will take place between National Regional Park of the Ariegeois Pyrenees and Cathar country. Zip code for that area is 09000 (Foix)
Some more information about that area :
http://www.ariege-pyrenees-tourism.co.u ... enees.aspx

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Here are few pictures of areas and villages where we should go :

Mirepoix old village, where there is a big british community, there are even shops fully dedicated to british people :wink:
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Foix castle
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Good roads in the Park :
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Queribus castle :
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Please let me know if you are interested so that I can go further in the organisation
Date should be finalized during this summer, it will mostly depend on you

Frédéric
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Edit 28th of august : date is frozen - 25 & 26 of may 2013
Edit 6th of Januray : registration fee is 285 EUR for 2 persons in twin room.
Edit 20th of February : participants list
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Re: Z Tour in Pyrenees (France) - May 2013

Post by Zedona » Sat 02 Jun, 2012 06:49

Bonjour Frederic
We were on the tour of Quercy 2009 and would love to meet again
in 2013. :D
I am sure there will be many others interested, please keep us posted
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Post by Phil » Sat 02 Jun, 2012 08:11

Hi Frederic,
Good to hear from you again. Having done both of your previous weekends, which were excellent, Marise and I would be interested in doing this one as well.
Keep us posted.
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Post by Titan » Sat 02 Jun, 2012 20:24

Bonsoir Frederic!
Nous serions enchante de revenir encore en France avec vous et Stephanie.
La Dordoge en 2009 c'etait magnifique - peut-être les Pyrénées sera encore mieux!
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Post by Phil » Sat 02 Jun, 2012 21:09

Titan wrote:Bonsoir Frederic!
Nous serions enchante de revenir encore en France avec vous et Stephanie.
La Dordoge en 2009 c'etait magnifique - peut-être les Pyrénées sera encore mieux!
Salut
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Does that mean you want to go? :lol: :lol:
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Post by Titan » Sat 02 Jun, 2012 21:28

Phil wrote:Does that mean you want to go? :lol: :lol:
Mais oui!
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Post by F.Brossaud » Wed 06 Jun, 2012 21:44

Great, I will keep you posted in the next few weeks.

Even if the tour take place during one day and half, there are many interesting other sites to visit in the area like :
- Cité de Carcassonne http://www.carcassonne.culture.fr/
- Grotte du Mas d'Azil http://www.grotte-masdazil.com/-Grotte- ... Azil-.html
- Abbaye de Fontfroide http://www.fontfroide.com/

We could arrange something the day after the meeting if you like

Frédéric

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Post by Phil » Thu 07 Jun, 2012 18:27

Great Frederic,
I know of others who are interested as well.
Cheers
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Post by Tom » Sat 09 Jun, 2012 23:00

Put us down as interested as well
Tom and Dai

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Post by billz » Sun 10 Jun, 2012 07:47

Wrong time of year for us, Will be just getting back from Gambia. Otherwise we would of been interested. Going through the Pyrenees and the Alps in 7 weeks time on a road trip Holiday.
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Post by J R » Mon 11 Jun, 2012 18:26

Please put us down as intrested please.
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Post by Pat Slade » Tue 19 Jun, 2012 11:03

Bonjour Frederic

Sounds good. We are interested in the Pyrenees trip. The more Zettis the better!

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Post by TaffZee » Fri 29 Jun, 2012 05:58

Yep up for this one. Put me down as very interested. Just got back from the Alps.

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Post by jam_boy » Tue 03 Jul, 2012 13:01

Hi Guys,

I am doing the euro trip this year, leaving on the 22nd July returning on 3rd August! still planning the route but will certainly keep you all posted

ps im doing it on my own too!

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Post by sfh3l » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 11:06

Hey Fred,

It is good to hear from you and good to see that you are thinking of your Z1 again :D

We thoroughly enjoyed your tours of the Loire and also the Dordogne, so would be very interested in this new one you propose. I know that I cannot make the early part of May and also will for sure be going to the Le Mans 24 hours, which is likely to be the second weekend in June, but in between those two I would be almost certain to be 'up for it'

I am sure that I can sell it to some more UK Z1'ers too.

Many thanks for thinking of organsising another tour. I can only imagine the amount of work it takes.

Best wishes.
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Post by Mike Fishwick » Tue 28 Aug, 2012 13:54

Salut Frederic

Heather and I are interested too - best wishes for the new job and baby!

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Post by F.Brossaud » Tue 28 Aug, 2012 18:40

Hi

It will be a pleasure to meet all of you again 8-)
I will try to make you discover this beautiful area where I am living now. We will enjoy the roads and the landscape, you can believe me :drive

Date is now setup, it will take place the 25 & 26 of May 2013.
Budget for these 2 days should be around 160 EUR for one person and 260 for two persons (all inclusive, visits, meals, accomodation from saturday morning to sunday afternoon)

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Post by Phil » Wed 29 Aug, 2012 07:55

Now to start planning a 2 week trip to link in. :D

Just about to set off for the west coast of France so will have to wait until we get back. :lol:
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Post by Green Genie » Mon 03 Sep, 2012 20:22

sfh3l wrote:Hey Fred,
I am sure that I can sell it to some more UK Z1'ers too.
Bonjour Frederick

Please put this Z1'er down as interested x2 people.

One question: The Z1 has a very small boot If we tag on a few extra days on our own possibly (1 weeks holiday in total) how do you pack for a week in a Z1? Do you lose the spare wheel and take some tyre weld cans? as I would like to go top down as much as possible I ask this not for myself, but my wife she packs far to much :head: :head: :head: How do others with Z1's cope? apart from leave the wife at home :wink:
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Post by F.Brossaud » Mon 03 Sep, 2012 21:11

Bonsoir,

Great to have one more Z1 :wink:
My spare wheel has been in storage for 14 years now, no way to fill the boot with that thing that I will need once every twenty years ! I have some "repair cans" in the small storage box on the left side.

In fact, you should cope with this issue on both ends: opimize space available on the boot and minimize space used by your wife. Give her few soft bags and tell her "that's your allocation" :devil:

Frederic

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Post by sfh3l » Wed 12 Sep, 2012 19:54

Dear Fred,

Fantastic! We will b there (x2). I agree with GG re the baggage in the Z1, but there we are. At this moment, I'm thinking of a tour running from Wednesday to Wednesday or something along those lines as we spoilt the Dordogne one last year by trying to get down there and back too quickly.

We left you all south of Souillac and stopped in Tours for the night, where we left at 6:00 AM the next morning and were home for 2:00 PM on Monday ! Too far and too fast. This time, I think something altogether more relaxed is in order.

That weekend works for us, so brilliant. Let me know when you need money and we can sort it out.

Thanks again Frederic. I am looking forward to it already!
Best regards,

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Post by Robbyman » Wed 12 Sep, 2012 21:03

Even though I have not met any of you yet, the wife and me would be interested and with the time of the year could tie it in to the trip to Le Mans. If it does not tie in with Le Mans we would travel down from Yorkshire in case anybody else would be doing the same.

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Post by Gareth 161 » Wed 12 Sep, 2012 23:13

Hi
Yes could be interested & will watch for updates.
However all depends on our first trip down to Royan in a couple of weeks time and how that goes, as must make sure the better half enjoys herself.Might have to let her have a drive if I dare.
Have just picked up a sat nav(and de activated the speed camera warnings) so that should stop the usual "discussions" over why we seem to be going the wrong way!!!
Any other tips from regular French vistors for a relaxed journey?
Thanks
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Post by sfh3l » Thu 13 Sep, 2012 19:24

Yes - watch your speed!

The black beetles are a lot more cunning than plod over here - they carry guns and they can impound your car.

Watch in particular the 70kmh limit in villages and built up areas. Enjoy France - it is a beautiful country to drive in.
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Post by F.Brossaud » Wed 19 Sep, 2012 21:05

Hello,

Yes, be very careful with cops during your trip in France, they have high targets from their Chiefs and Government is desperately seeking for money everywhere, so ... they will be delighted to grab you money :evil:

For those who might be interested, Hotel where we'll stay on Saturday agrees to apply you the same preferred rate on friday evening and sunday evening.
So, if you plan to arrive one day before and/or leave one day after, let me know in PM ; I will give you more details.
Meeting point saturday morning will be about 25 min driving from this hotel.

Within 1 month, agenda for this meeting should be finalized with registration document. One more restaurant to try :D

Frederic

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Post by ChrisS » Sat 22 Sep, 2012 12:03

Sorry to miss out on the Pyrenees, as I'll be in north-east France that weekend (sadly without the Z1.
For those who haven't driven in France before, it's a joy, with well-surfaced roads and seldom much traffic.
Further to Sam's comment about speed limits, there is usually no specific signed limit at the entrance to a town; the town name sign marks the start of a 50km/h limit (31mph). At the other end, the town name with a red bar through it shows the end of the limit.
The limit on single carriageways is 90km/h (56mph), which, given the excellent state of many roads, feels surprisingly slow, so watch out.
People really do stick to motorway speed limits. Last week I drove in a hire car from Lyon to Metz. With the cruise control set to 130km/h on my sat nav (134 on the car's speedo), only the occasional Audi overtook me. I've heard that the degree of tolerance given by the police is 5%, rather than 10% in the UK, so perhaps that is why.
On the other hand, general driving standards in France have improved enormously in the past 30 years. The greater feeling of confidence in other drivers by far compensates for the need to watch your speed.
Concerning speed camera warnings on satnavs, Tomtom has reached an agreement with the French ministry of transport which effectively allows the satnav to warn of dangerous locations. Since cameras are allegedly only placed in locations were there's a history of accidents, it's no surprise to find a camera after a danger warning. Neat, eh! It also warns of railway crossings and other hazards. Probably, other satnav manufacturers have come to similar arrangements. If you have updated your satnav in the past few months, it should switch automatically from camera warning to danger warning when you enter France.

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Post by yellow peril » Tue 09 Oct, 2012 20:08

I was thinking about a run around the Pyrennees and Northern Spain for 2013 so to meet up with fellow Z owners would be brilliant so put me down as an interested party. I have done several, wonderful 2 to 3 week trips in the Z venturing into France, Italy and Switzerland in the past. It is a fantastic packing exercise for the wife.( how many pairs of shoes can you get in the boot and under the seat)
Michael and Bev
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Post by sohanbiss » Thu 11 Oct, 2012 22:46

My wife and I would love to join the Z tour in the Pyrenees in May. We would then extend our stay with friends in Tarbes. Look forward to it. Sohan&Jane

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Post by F.Brossaud » Sun 14 Oct, 2012 23:23

Hi ,

Schedule is about to be finalized, I tasted one more restaurant today :wink:
:arrow: Due to restaurant capacity (impossible to find nice and big one) it will not be possible to accept more than 40 persons during this tour.

Registration document for this tour with final agenda will be ready in the middle of november.
If you need any support to organize your trip to France, feel free to let me know.
Regards

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Post by Freezed » Thu 22 Nov, 2012 11:18

Hi Fred

Count us in please :P

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Post by F.Brossaud » Sun 06 Jan, 2013 16:17

Hi firends,

Sorry for being late, I was very busy in the last few weeks but now Tour is finalized :oops:

I will send PM to all of you that are interested, requesting your email adress so that I can send you the registration form.
As said previously, it will not be possible to accept more than 25 cars / 50 persons due to restaurant size, so please send back registration form asap.

Let me know if you need any support to prepare your trip and your stay in the area.
Kind regards

Frederic

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Post by sfh3l » Mon 07 Jan, 2013 16:39

Fred,

Just in case the message I have just sent (still sitting in my 'Outbox') does not get to you - yes please, send me the form to:

samlever@thinkpositive.co.uk

Many thanks for organising this again. If it is anything like the last two it will be fantastic.
Best regards,

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Post by F.Brossaud » Sun 20 Jan, 2013 08:07

Participant list is updated (registration forms received so far)

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Post by sfh3l » Fri 25 Jan, 2013 09:17

Just sent my registration form :)
Best regards,

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Post by F.Brossaud » Sat 26 Jan, 2013 07:52

Thanks, list is updated

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Post by F.Brossaud » Wed 13 Feb, 2013 19:07

List is updated
For those who are interested, please let me know quickly :wink:

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Post by Mike » Thu 14 Feb, 2013 18:52

Im jealous. this sounds like a great idea. Unfortunately it is bang in the middle of our high season so cannot make it. However, if anyone doing the long crossing Cherbourg or St Malo and travelling down the westcoast of France to the Pyrenees, come and look us up in LA GACILLY where we run day boats on the river. You will be more than welcome. Check out www.day-boats.com for details. We can also put a few up in our house as long as some real UK ales are brought along !!
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Post by pingu » Fri 15 Feb, 2013 04:02

Shame. I'll be so near, but can't go :( .

25/26 May are the Sat/Sun of the Monaco GP. I'm planning to do Route Napoleon on 27 May and go to Andorra on 28 May via Millau.
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Post by F.Brossaud » Tue 12 Mar, 2013 12:29

Hello,

For those who are interested, there is still some availability for that tour.
Let me know if you would like to participate.
Regards from France (sunny day today :D )

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Post by J R » Tue 09 Apr, 2013 13:26

HI fred
have you gor me down on your list as J J 3lr
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