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... occasional English words. Sitting next to him was a lovely French lady who spoke wonderful English. She was there with three of her grandchildren (she is the mother of seven children). She asked us where we had travelled in France and then she suggested that we should see the North-East as well as the area near the Spanish border, Basque country. (This is where she lives and she believes it to be the best part of France.)
The show started on time ...
... below it- the whole show was amazing.
Les Chevaliers de la Table Ronde was another show we enjoyed which was the story of Merlin and King Arthur. The dramatization is unbelievably amazing with a whole set of the round table rising up from a lake and then a man riding a horse appearing from within it. We could not work out how some of these amazing effects were achieved. Singing and narration are often included in these shows as well.
... to go onto a campsite at riverside as €14.00 for night and 3 hours free WiFi seemed a bargain.
There was no other show in town so we were all parked up in the lovely site by 20:00. There were not too many on site and it was refreshing not to be surrounded by too many more tourists.
Dinner cooked up and a stroll around the site in fading light.
A Father Matthew night followed and after the drive, perhaps no bad idea either,
... s lunch was at a roadside Hotel in a village called Ayron - where we had all you can eat salad bar - steak and chips coffee and Orangina. a little more expensive than we wanted but needs must. We got chatting to a chap from Dublin called Bernard he was touring France in a camper van with his miserable wife. we couldn't get rid of him - he too was a biker - they are a friendly bunch you know - always wave to each other and always willing to ...
We set off this morning with Brenda and Alex, to make our way to the France Passion site. Tim and Maggie wanted to go to Leclerc in Saumur, for diesel and supplies, and would meet up with us later.
We followed our satnav, and apart from not recognising a few new roundabouts, it took us generally west towards Brittany.
We decided to stop in Chemillé for a coffee and found a large, almost empty, car park situated in the centre of the town. The place is ...