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... told us how to do the water thing so we backed Fifi up and tried again with old mate looking on. Unfortunately it didn't work, so, no peeing, no showers, no clean teeth, no coffee:-( Next thing we know, old mate is at the door telling us he would use his card to get us water, and so it went, we backed up Fifi again and went through the process and woohooooo water. Yes showers, toilet, clean teeth and coffee. What a ...
... but it is an amazing bridge. We then drove through the countryside which is gorgeous & green even though it's the end of summer. We arrived at Amiens & went to see the cathedral which Gpa had written about seeing when he was in the area when he first arrived in France & towards the end. This is the largest cathedral in France even larger than Notre Dame in Paris . They have a labyrinth there & Geoff & I walked it even though a group of tourists ...
... no passenger facilities but it
would do and would save us the long drive home from Dover in the
morning. After a single drink, I was ready to sleep. We were kicked
out of the restaurant so they could close it and found a reclining
chair in the lounge. It was impossible to get comfortable, in a
draught and with the door constantly banging nearby. We gave up
after some hours and eventually found peace sleeping on the floor in
the children's play area.
... thing about the town, was that the houses around the port were skinny. That's because, back in the day they would get taxed based on with not type. So to get around it, they built their houses narrow and skinny. They didn't have elevators back then. Now that's a ...
Morning spent in Honfleur, a small fishing village which Denys said reminded him of Cornwall, except that the buildings are higher with beautiful medieval buildings and narrow alleyways around the Enclosure - the quai Saint Catherine. This 15C and 16C Saint Catherine church was built by shipwrights and is the largest wooden church in France. The separate bell tower, also built largely of wood, ...