Les Hauts de Boulogne
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... begin with. At pedestrian crossings I keep looking the wrong way before I cross and nearly get run over! The ride blew the cobwebs out and the bikes we have borrowed from Jane and Anton are little beauts. Tomorrow we head south a little bit towards Normandy. So far we are pleased with the Beast. There are pluses and minuses as compared to our caravan in Australia but it doesn't matter. We are ...
... and there story revolves around a murder, a revenge murder, and other ghastly goings.
Staying in the town was not interesting but it was our last stop before Bologne and the ferry to Dover. Its been an amazing trip so far and we intend to keep going. Heading back out to France in June, where we will hug the West Coast all the way to Spain. Once over the Pyrenees we will make the most of Northern Spains Gallician coast, overwintering in Portugal or southern Spain, who knows!
... as there were some very noisy Belgium motorhomers. We managed to stay and then went along to La Coupole, an awful reminder of WW2. Back to Le Hourdel and have spent today observing seals on numerous occasions, intermittent rain and sunshine, a very restful ...
... then some time later, after a further mooch and a last look around the market we made our way up to a small railway which took us up to a panoramic view point - the journey only taking about 3 minutes. As they had a restaurant at the top and the view was so good we decided to have lunch which consisted of Pork steak in a lovely sauce with home made noodles and salad for Ei and roast lamb for me. Very enjoyable. Then it was another trip on the train to the bottom and a final walk ...
Sun 12th August
Late start to Avignon. Drove around the circular ramparts incredibly intact with their portes (door) entries into the enclosed city, past the bridge Pont D'Avignon made famous in the children’s song "Sur le Pont d’Avignon…….I know you are all singing it now.