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... fix it. He also came to have a look and in no time had taken off the door panel and had a good look at the lock mechanism which turned out to be broken. So there is no instant fix and I may have to spend the next ten days with a permanently locked door. Luckily I am booked into the motorhome garage in Portsmouth at the end of next week so I have emailed to warn them it will need fixing. And I thought the van was doing really well!
... because we were mostly off the road on bike paths or on very quiet roads. Backside, neck, shoulders and wrists complaining loudly by now. I choose to ignore them and admire the scenery. They persist. Fortunately. The last 4kms of the ride involved iced water and a ride along a cycle path that wound its way beside the estuary to the hotel. Great scenery and the iced water was wonderful. 66kms covered today!!! I know some people who don't ...
We're up for breakfast by 7:30 and we seem to have a table for the tour group set up. Bags are to be at the van by 0845 and we're meant to be on our way by 0900. Well, almost, it is a holiday after all. One of our group broke her wrist some weeks ago and has not been cleared by her doctor to ride so she is doing the tour through a mixture of walking and riding in the van. We get away a bit after 9am. It's foggy this morning and ...
... The arrival into St Nazaire was around 8.30pm, have to love sunset at 10pm!
While St Nazaire is a quiet little town, it sits at the mouth of the Loire River, upon which flying boats landed in the 30's as their last stop before Southampton, where passengers disembarked and ...
Our final adventure in Normandy was an 1 1/2 hour drive to Mont Saint-Michel. Le Mont-Saint-Michel is an island commune in Normandy, France. It is located approximately 0.6 miles off the northwestern coast of France. The island has held strategic fortifications since ancient times and since the 8th century AD has been the seat of the monastery from which it draws its name. One of France's most recognizable landmarks, Mont ...