Les Logis du Grillon
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Half a bottle of cough mixture consumed and I managed to sleep a bit better. Not cough free but at least I didn't abandon the tent. We are a bit indecisive where to go today, so started researching and now have found out that DFDS have suspended Calais to Dover sailings and we will have to go Dunkirk to Dover. Are the roads to Dunkirk going to be congested ? Shall we stay nearer Dunkirk? Toll roads or non toll roads? We kept changing our mind but set off and had to get round the ...
... asked to change it for a shadier one opposite. We can't believe it's been raining all week in London. The campsite has a happy hour at the bar so a pre dinner beer is required and then we wander off to explore the small town with its castle and watch the sun set over the Loire- how romantic! The pharmacy sold me some cough medicine, I know it's a complete waste of money, it tastes far too nice and it's not making me tired, I think I could be in car again ...
This morning we went for a walk down the steep path from Sancerre and then to the right past the Eiffel Tower and back via the steps to the Marie and then back to our house. After lunch we drove to Aubigny-Sur-Nere about 40 kms to the north west through vineyards and cereal farming country. We passed through several small towns. Reaping of barley is well advanced ...
Finished 'The Key to Rebecca' another spy thriller by Ken Follett. Today we went to Nathalie's parents for lunch. Our hosts were Nardine and Raemond and son in law Francois. Raemond showed us around his garden with canals and a sluice gate, as the house originally had a water mill. The house dates from 10th century and the mill 9 th century. It is part of a ...
There were a lot of tourists in the town as there was a community fun run around the town with the finish in the ramparts and adjoining park. In the morning we went for a walk to Saint Satur and returning via the Aquaduct bridge. It was a beautiful sunny day. Later in the afternoon ...