Campanile - Roanne
Travel Blogs from Roanne
Wednesday 25th June 2014
Despite the late night we were up for the 9am lock and again our starter battery failed and had to use our jump lead from the bow thrusters’ battery to the starter. We will have to replace the starter battery as it must have a dead cell even though testing it showed 13 volts. They say that everything happens in threes and this is our third battery to fail this year but it is the oldest one. We had ...
... a pink sort and shorts, but we had everything from prosties to pineapples and everything in between.
The chateau has it's own 2 bats, one in the lobby area and the other, which only opens after 9pm, down in the rape dungeon of the building. It really is, the only way in and out is via a tight spiral staircase that goes underground. It's Decked out as a nightclub, with music, lasers, bar, tables and a dance floor. Friday night, P party, was a ...
... back from Italy to Spain). The approaching French Alps took our collective breath away and it was quite a sight for the last 80 km. 6km before we reached our destination I was summoned by a motorcycle policeman to pull over. Part of the experience trying to communicate with him. All we understood in his spiel was "kilometer" which made us think a fine was coming. We handed over our paperwork (licence, insurance and car details) and ...
Villarest. Julian On Saturday we went to Villarest and left Epinac. It took a couple of hrs to get there. Then we stopped at cute houses. The earliest house i saw was built in 1328. Wow! That early. Dad has driven 520km so far. I was sleeping a lot in the car. We tried to find a supermarche (supermarket) dad took 2 hrs to find ONE. I felt sick but I didn't vomit. He drives on the right hand side not the left. Dad keeps on driving on the gutter. Once we ...
... The office of course was now shut for the day resulting in us staying the night at a rather precarious angle. Oh the embarrassment. I had visions of us sinking further overnight and toppling right over. Mistake number 3 – do not park on a grass pitch in the pouring rain! And if you have no choice keep your driving wheels on solid ground.
Morning came and I went to the office as soon as it opened only to be told that as it ...
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