Campanile Sable-sur-Sarthe Vion
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Travel Blogs from Sable-sur-Sarthe
... a lovely late lie in meant plans were changed. It also turned out to be a glorious day so we took advantage of a tan top up opportunity and lazed one off in the sunshine! Leftover barbecue for lunch and leftover curry for dins made it a day of minimal effort too! Jon did the hard work of packing up the awning whilst I showered to ensure an early departure in the morning. ...
... 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 ...
... two towels. We have no idea how but have concluded I must've left them at the last dive. It turns out that the big one was the travel towel Jon bought me to go to New Zealand and the little one I'd bought for him a couple of years back. Gutted! With these three things, I think someone's telling us it's time to head home! Delicious dinner of chicken curry then a 4 Euro movie, Very Bad Strip, with Woody Harrelson. Very silly but very funny! And so to bed in CLEAN ...
... out the price of sending some things home or buying a bigger suit case. The wheel on mine is shredding apart anyways. I think it was dry rotted from being in the attic so long, or I'm traveling the wheels off of it. Either way, I am going to look into both options. It was so fun strolling through the side streets of Angers. Enjoy the pictures.