Au Bon Sejour
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... rejoin the main road.
The two bright spots are:
- the signposting is good!
- we do not meet any large vehicles coming the other way!
Excitement over, we arrive at Camping de ...
... By staying somewhere just about comfortable on the way home, it makes it just that bit easier to separate ourselves from our travels. I suppose that's the disadvantage of driving. Yes, you have more freedom, but unlike a plane which takes you home, like it or not, when you're in a car, the ability to give in to temptation is within easy reach! We are now on Le Shuttle, and about to head back to the balmy 20•C of England. I should've brought my coat. We've ...
... The sign says it's open but it doesn't look that way. The manager is nowhere to be found. I decide to go to a grocery store, get some food. When I get back. The managers still not there. I wait for an hour eating some food when I see who I think is the manager. He ignores me completely for the first 15 minutes and then asks what I want. He's not very friendly. I tell that I need a place to put up ...
... roads we used to make our way up through Italy.
We are getting pretty slick at getting sorted in the morning now. I seem to be able to sort myself out, pannier packed and ready for breakfast within about 20 minutes of the alarm going off. We were on the road well before 08:30 this morning and with the roads being amenable to fairly fast cycling we managed to cover 143km and still finished quite early.
I thought I was ...
... wonder these shops are dying out with that markup.
After nearly 25 miles I tried to find a B & B but they were charging 50€ for a single. Wouldn't get that past budget control at HQ so kept going until I got a quiet field. But that meant no tea.
Was woken during the night by what I thought was a mouse. An old Bridge term came to mind - "having none" - as I realised the only foodstuffs I had with me was an old banana skin and he was welcome to ...