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... me how the walls and some ceilings were painted. Some had been whitewashed over many many years ago, but after that was carefully cleaned off can now be seen again. They were so good, but the artists are not known. Hungry now and nearly lunchtime we walked to the new town for a change. We came across a pretty pink restaurant, L'Acidulé, and I just had to go in. We were the only customers at first, soon it ...
... stay in St Omer where there is a purpose-built aire, complete with a self-cleaning toilet block. It is relatively quiet, despite seeming new and quiet, and only 3 other motorhomes stay there. We visit the Ruines de l'Abbaye Saint-Bertin before a quiet night in, interrupted only by a group of young French teenagers who knock on the window and ask us if we have (in embarrassingly bad broken English) for a 'plastic'. We eventually realise they mean 'small plastic bag,' give them ...
... very helpful (too much snow), we continued driving across France until we reach Reims where we were able to use an Aires du Camping for a night. It turns out that we were in town on the night of a big soccer (football) match between Reims & Lens and the stadium was just across the road from the Aires. We were surprised at the level of security that was in place for the football match – streets were closed and the police were armed to the teeth! We had a ...
... sections and we had a lovely afternoon.
Day 2 did not start auspiciously. Again cool and sunny. Our attempts, however, to pre-book tickets for the Eiffel Tower proved fruitless. So, Peter decided that it was not worth even going – remembering the queues that greeted us last time. Kathy, forever the optimist (it’s hard living with an optimist), suggested that we go and have a look anyway. Peter (know-all, and pessimist summa cum laude) finally agreed knowing that ...
... was so small that the only shop turned out to be the
campground store. At least they had toilet paper, since in our short experience
of French camping, we had discovered that nothing is provided for free
including toilet paper and hot water to shower with.
The night was warm and at some stage we were treated to a
thunder storm. Could have been in a tent I suppose.