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Travel Blogs from Saint-Denis-le-Ferment
... was lovely and the building was was a Gothic makeover from an old Romanesque beginning. We then saw the old Roman Temple of Augustus and the old forum as well as medieval half timbered houses and 17th century business districts. We walked along tree-lined cafe studded streets back to our awaiting riverboat for dinner and our evening sail to Viviers.
... when she does this. Her eyebrows go up, eyes grow larger, and she starts flailing her arms around to add even more emphasis to her sass. To give you a visual, she's a bit like this guy from Parks and Recreation.
The best though is when she's clearly unimpressed with whatever answer you gave her. She lets out a curt sigh and rolls her eyes! Let's just say I'm glad that I won't be here to experience her teenage years.
... This place is incredibly beautiful. It is tucked into to an old farming community between the villages of Quevillon and Saint Martin de Boscherville. The modern villa backs right on to the Seine river and has a beautiful yard with a small duck pond. The owners welcomed us with a bottle of wine and a famous cheese produced in the area. It is going to be a great week here!
It was good to get back to France again, the land of many Aires (over 2700 special areas for motorhomes with services, most of which are free). Our itinerary is basically made up of hopping from Aire to Aire preferably driving along quiet back roads to get there. We can get quite fussy, when any of the aires if in England would be utter luxury. After arriving in Calais around 3am we drove for 20 min to an Aire down the coast at Wissant. It was very full but ...
... and apparently it doesn't. The man told me in French that the ticket wasn't good for the train, and I calmly responded in my clearest American accent as possible, "I'm sorry, but I don't speak French." He asked me if I was a tourist, looked at my passport (which I luckily had put in my purse after the police check-up the day before), and decided to let me off for being a silly American. He didn't even bother opening it to look at my visa. He explained ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking