Campanile Le Mans
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A bit of back and forth reattaching the awning but we eventually cracked it! Then delish barbie of chicken and steak and bits before Sherlock Holmes movie and sleepy bed! Toilet breaks were enhanced by the beautifully clear sky and the very nearly full moon. Thursday The original plan for today was to visit the gardens in Villandry. But an annoyingly early wake up ...
... 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 ...
... streets and vehemently disagreed with the Rough Guide's view that Le Mans is not much to look at and nothing goes on when there's no race! A fab place and we were just gutted we couldn't stay longer and walk back or take public transport as it looked like our kinda place for eateries and drinkeries. There's a sound and light show against the walls of the cathedral and the surrounding churches from mid July to the ...
... at reception building. We spent the afternoon chilling and I did three long overdue washing and drying loads whilst Jon read and caught up with the moving progress via mum, Nats and Verity. When we got all the gear out ready for the evening, we discovered the latch on our camping stove is bust. Jon tried to glue it but it won't hold. Then we discovered the canvas has come off one of our chairs. We slid it back on but it's still loose. Then we discovered ...
... This medieval town was the birthplace of the Plantagenêt royal dynasty. Although beautifully maintained, the buildings are still lived in and used for business. The city covered almost 200 acres in the second century. While on our tour we were met by Celine's parents who live about two hours away from Le Mans. They are also farmers near another ancient town in the northwest ...