Auberge du Port des Roches
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the gardens, we're going to drive 70 miles there then back on ourselves on exactly the same road before heading to the next site. Not the most efficient move we've ever made but we weighed it up and reckon it'll be worth it. Another lovely light evening, not as chilly as the previous couple. We watched Rain Man movie with vino, snacks and nibbles before last bed in Le ...
... pilgrimages, one on the Sahara and one on women with headscarves (I'm sure its meaning is deeper than that but I couldn't translate!) All very interesting.... And unexpected so all the better! We considered trying to find part of the 24 hour racetrack for a look but decided to head back to camp via the supermarket for the evening's ...
... August which sounds amazing. But unfortunately it doesn't start till 2130, lasts 2 hours and our campsite barrier is locked at 11 (or 10 if you believe the sign rather than the receptionist!) So frustrating that if we were the promised few km away, we could've experienced it and walked home. Hey ho, we love Le Mans all the same. A gentle stroll through the main square (Republique) then back to the van and onto the next ...
A leisurely morning. Jon was up and sorted then did some guitar practice with Prego whilst I showered. A decent 80 mile drive and a 16 Euro toll. We arrived at Camping Le Pont Romain, ACSI 1458 at lunchtime so had to wait two hours for reception to reopen so we headed to a supermarket. We were pretty miffed that the book had claimed "a few kilometres from the town centre" and we are actually 5 miles from Le Mans. We looked on the satnav for any campsites closer ...
... France named Dinon. We all enjoyed a lunch of galettes, which is a type of crepe, but using buckwheat flour. It contains meats, cheeses, and vegetables. Crepes are similar our our crepes, with white flour, and are used for fruits and dessert. We toured the cathedral of St. Julien in the old town. ( Julien opened the door and said "welcome to my home"). Then we all headed back to ...