Auberge de jeunesse du Parc du Rhin
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A lazy morning then a cooling dip for Prego before we got on with sunbathing and swimming. A quick laundry run, ready for off tomorrow. A snacky lunch then afternoon relaxing in the intense heat. Barbie for dins before sweaty Prison Break... What we wouldn't give for a fan! Lovely last day but ready to move on tomorrow to the last German site before Austria (via fan ...
... Isabel's call, promised before 12. He said they were still working on it and it will probably be 3pm. When they called back later, I had a long phone conversation with a Julia who reckoned the first two problems were sorted but the problem of the speedo remained. They "weren't sure how long or how much". After a long, tricky phone conversation, we agreed to wait till 10 am tomorrow for further investigations but the ...
Up early for our drive to the VW Garage. We spoke to Herr Soufflé and agreed to return in a couple of hours for the diagnosis. A good run for Prego then a cafe stop for us before a return to the garage for the verdict. Herr Soufflé said they need to keep the van for 24 hours but all would be good for approx 300 Euros. We agreed and set off back to the ...
... homing may need a little information here. We have a toilet in our little bathroom on-board. It doesn't however empty itself. It needs help every few days or so. Up to now I have been the one providing that help.
The supermarket was incredibly cheap. We bought as much as we could carry and went back for breakfast. Next time we must remember we can actually drive Herman into a supermarket car park to do the shopping.
The pitches at this camp site were all ...
... We saw no more of the pale man until we reboarded the coach, when we saw him slink back on board, looking as though he'd seen a ghost. Once back at the ship, he ran inside and wasn't seen again for the evening. And that was it - as I said: curioser and curioser. Sacre bleu!
Patty here: It is very hard for me to withstand putting a comment at the end of every sentence Ad writes! It's only his direct family members who can understand what I'm talking about here, ...