A l'ecole buissonniere
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... told us how to do the water thing so we backed Fifi up and tried again with old mate looking on. Unfortunately it didn't work, so, no peeing, no showers, no clean teeth, no coffee:-( Next thing we know, old mate is at the door telling us he would use his card to get us water, and so it went, we backed up Fifi again and went through the process and woohooooo water. Yes showers, toilet, clean teeth and coffee. What a ...
... gone up & down so we went through a knights house(???) which took us yes up three stories one room on top of the other. We came out somewhere up the Mont & then had to find our way back through many tiny narrow lanes. We then found a lane( ???) which couldn't be walked through straight on. When we were half way through Geoff said he'd find out if there were any steps at the end as it looked like it ended in the air & we would have had to back out. ...
... listening to music. On the outskirts of Paris,
the TomTom took us into a low ceiling height tunnel, even though
there were other signs for the direction we were heading in. It must
have saved us some time however and we rolled into Le Havre very
early, parked up and had time to visit a few bars before choosing a
restaurant where we had great cheap steaks. Later, we were shown
straight onto the ferry and found the one and only bar. It was a
bare bones Brittany ship ...
... hatched chairs were lined in rows—they looked like the little yellow chair in many of Monet’s paintings. A large painting of Christ, painted and donated by one of the local artists hung on the wall. A wooden cupid-looking angel hung suspended in flight in the corner. Beautiful music played softly. It was idyllic and moving. We didn’t want to move, but just tried to imprint it in our minds to never forget.
We ended our trip to Giverny by walking along the ...
... having listened to the news perhaps I should change the analogy to that of Sainsbury's.) Trawlers, ferries, container ships and myriads of sailing boats were weaving in and out of each other on a glass like sea taking advantage of the incoming tide.
Driving down to the bottom of the cliffs we enjoyed a short walk along the promenade before deciding to wend our way back ...