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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... about WWII stuff in Normandy.... I should have done the homework last night! After a quick discussion it was decided that she would drive, while I would try to find stuff on the tablet and avoid becoming car sick - a full time job for me! I must say that I made that decision expecting to be driving on relatively straight roads for most of the time, and if I'd have known the roads that GPS lady had in store things might have been different! ...
Time to go. Did most over the box packing last night but still a much earlier start for us today! Took the kids off to the park while hank did the rest if the pack down. Didn't leave til half twelve but made good time (only one wee stop) and didn't bother with a lunch stop so arrive at Le Mans at 4. Had a leisurely set up of the mini tent and room the kids off for a swim. Started to rain though so didn't stay very long - got Bella ...
Wow. This is one of the nicest campsites we've been to, and that's coming from a die hard Martragny addict. We arrived about 7 ( had a fight with the sat nav) and immediately saw people in swim suits walking around and had the fantastic idea of taking the kids off to the pool while Hank sorted the tent out. So off we toddled and had a ...
... and find a seat.
We spread our spotty napkins and began to feast the locals seemed most amused by this but we carried on regardless. Rillettes are a favourite of mine; think shredded pork in pork fat, cold, dolloped onto fresh baguette a feast fit for a king. One who will soon have coronary and cholesterol issues but a king all the same. Washed down with 7 euro red wine, I know I splashed out, and much camembert and crisps. Not quite a balanced ...
... the counter looked at me and I explained in pigeon French that I was looking for the car shop and showed her the yellow pages. She shrugged the man in blue overalls shrugged and then a third person came in and joined the conversation. I understood precisely nothing, not a word, not an intonation, nadir.
This new chap took one look at my complete lack of comprehension and said “follow me”, he headed for the door and his car, and yikes I ran out ...