Auberge du Port des Roches
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... did not have the correct connector for a water tap. So we went to a garden centre and stocked up on connectors and hose ends. We used the last one to connect our clear pipe to our blue pipe to reach a tap, so we need to replace that. And Sue gave us rillettes d'oel and I wanted to get some to take with us. Tomorrow we will go to Tours, the following day in Blois, followed by Orleans. Then Evreux or Dreux and finally Fecamp and Wimereux. Then it's the ferry home to ...
... the motorway. But the campsite was easy to find and reception was still open. Most receptions open limited hours and out of season, even shorter hours with lunch breaks from 12 till 2.30. So got sorted, found a pitch which suited and settled down. A lunch of cold roti de porc was garlicky, but filled the spaces. And off to see our ...
... young vines and old vines. Very pleasant. The wine industry in France and especially the Loire Valley is very heavily regulated. Growers are not allowed to irrigate and there are limits to how much wine they can produce for sale under AOC regulations. Our last day was meant to be a riding day. Again it was raining. We were dropped off at Fontevraud Abbey which has been an abbey for men and some , although separated. It was also a prison, nunnery and is the ...
... Jean-Pierre. He couldn't speak English at all but he spoke French slowly & we could understand most of what he was saying which was great. Josette then arrived & told us everything again in French -English. They are a really gorgeous elderly couple & I think we'll enjoy it here. Jean-Pierre had quite a long explanation about how in France they have the toilet in a separate room while in America it is in the bathroom. We are sitting outside in a ...
... parked along side another English couple called Mal and Graham. Poor Mal obviously was missing speaking in her native tongue because over the two days we were there, we learned all about them and I mean ALL. It was fun though and we did spend quite a bit of time with them although when they came into our van, we were not sure they would ever go but of course they did, eventually. We wandered up into the ...