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... coffee, we forewent visiting the zoo and returned to the car park where we had lunch. We then set off for the next town we wanted to visit, we were on the Alsace wine route for most of our journey, every bend and street corner had a winery on it, vine yards stretched as far as the eye could see. We pulled into an aires just as it became dark. After a late evening meal we watched a couple if episodes of Allo Allo, to practice our French ...
The thermometer us still reading -7 this morning, although we are warm enough inside we have a problem- the waste water pipes are frozen and so the water won't drain away. Once we are ready to leave we payed our bill at reception and set off to the supermarket, it was enormous and took us an hour and a half to find everything we required and a few extras, I love being in France, good cheeses, breads, and meats and loads ...
... all 5 of us gathered and started cooking. It was very nice to cook. Some of us were cooking for the first time. And we had to use so many tricks to balance the taste like adding curds when the “bendi masala “ tasted bitter because of its seeds and adding right amount of water etc etc. Finally completed cooking and next day morning we packed all the items we prepared and were late to class. We learnt some more French words and sentences ...
Without a shadow of doubt, my most abiding memory of the French leg of my Via Francigena is of the Commonwealth War Graves I passed by and stayed a while on my journey through northern France. I knew this would be a poignant experience, not least because 2014 is the centenary of the start of the Great War.
As it happens, the first few graves were of airmen from WW2. I saw small clusters of military headstones in village graveyards which were probably the nearest ...
... a walk in the park' in comparison. The fact that it wasn't is due to a number of missing yellow arrows that caused me to get lost not once, not twice, but three times. Each time it happened, it cost me valuable time as I retraced my steps to see if I'd overlooked an important way marking. If I had been in a 'glass half full' mood, then I would have congratulated myself being smart enough to find the path again, but I was definitely in a 'glass ...