Auberge de L'Abbaye
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Left the site around 9am after squeezing our way around the site to the exit. Stopped at Lidl just up the road to fill up on necessaries , milk, cheese, bread oh and cheap plonk n beer. Before making our way to the autoroute, drove ourselves up though the centre of France (well Andy did) through the Loire and up to Normandy for our very last overnighter in France. Stopped in an Aire ...
... only 1 mistake (passenger error!) I will learn to trust him now. Set up in a flash and went for a wander into the local village and down to the river Seine, Beautiful village with a few cafe/bars an a couple of teeny tiny shops. After watching the car ferry on the river we decided that we were to heavy to use it tomorrow so will have to go around and over the giant bridge 10km away. Wandered ...
... a petrol station was as not much was going to be achieved without Gazole. So on the French Spanish boarder we filled up, if we had done it 1500 metres into Spain it would have been 14cents cheaper per litre, oh well. Making our way into Spain we went on the toll road through to San Sebastian for lunch but unlike the French toll booths these were manned or in this case attended by a woman, not noticing Toni drove through to the ticket machine and eventually had to back back 15 ...
... bonjour, au reviour, merci over and over. He then smiled and spoke in English saying that he liked Robyn much more then the woman I was there with last week. We had to laugh! He then instructed us to pretend we were having a good time so other people would be attracted to the cafe. He actually was very charming and had a wicked sense of humour. It was fun to have several jokes running all through lunch. He asked us how was our meal and I replied 'tres bien'. ...
... We talked about the tides in Le Havre - the web tells us it varies around 6metres, not as big as Port Hedland's tides.
the french word Nacre - Mother of pearl.
This entry written 17 june, so I can't remember all the details. ...