Auberge de L'Abbaye
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Up we got and on our bikes to go and check out where all the Parisians go for the summer. Here's me thinking they were going to be quaint little towns. Well they were quaint but they were not so little. It was about a 12 km ride there and the roads were not too busy. These places are the closest beaches to Paris and there are ...
... him a hot water bottle and put him to bed for a few days. Now she has to walk the streets alone and each night eat moules and frites on the wharf . Tough but somebody has to do it. Think I would get fat if here very long . Can't stop this eating frenzy of breads, cheeses , things in shells, chocolates and pastries and wine of course. Beautiful view of mirrored water and sailboats as I sit at an outside cafe in the harbor. Truly a picture perfect moment. Enjoyed ...
... So did many other people who also found out about Honfleur. I brought a little french doll necklace like the one I brought for Sacha in New Zealand but for about a 6th of the price. We ate lunch at a tiny little cafe and had the plate du jour which was chicken with a champagne and mushroom sauce with salad and fries and french bread. All for €9 each, so that was dinner today. Another beaut camp ground with great facilities and great friendly service. I like ...
... I can only describe as the worst case of 'a small animal crawled up their **** and died' I have ever had the displeasure of experiencing. Upon my return to a normal atmosphere, Andree was in the process of receiving three cups of coffee. 'She must have invited a guest' I thought briefly, only to see the surprise on her face as she said "I know the f*cking difference between du and twa" in her recently perfected French accent. Whilst we checked through our many messages ...
... a real step back in time. Lots and lots of places to eat! We chose a creperie again (we'd had crepes the night before too!) and enjoyed them again! After St Malo we set our GPS and 'Serina' guided us on our very long drive to Perigueux. We decided we had to stop being tourists and just get on with getting down south. Perigueux is nothing to speak of except for an amazing church at its centre. We were in a motel on the edge of ...