Chateau de Sarceaux
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... and watched the steam rising from the rushing water. Then back up through town by yet a different route via 'home' to grab my camera. I wanted to take a photo of the pattiserie and as I stood on the corner opposite, the priest came down the hill and strode in. I managed to snap a pic as he left with a large loaf under his arm! Again Rocky style (the fat sweaty one) I ran to the chateau, and took photos as the sun broke through the clouds. I wanted to stop ...
... for 5 weeks at a time. Today they loaded
up the bike and went off somewhere south! The wonderful old boy told Seonaid
that the bike only does 30 – 40 mph and keeps breaking down but as it’s all
they can afford on their pension they have to put up with it. Now to me that’s brave and all I can say is
good luck to them and may they have many more holidays in France
One picture at the mo but more to come when I get a better conection
... rules and respect other road users. It is right there on the form. Respect other road users. That means if the car is too slow( that 5km line of cars behind you is a clue) then pull over and let people past. They may have important things to do. late for a job interview. kid being born. Whatvever. i dont feel I have the right to delay the guy behind me because I am on holiday. it is my duty to not be selfish. To be honest I see a lot of drivers who ...
... Le mans and towards the town of Fresnay, a medieval town on a river, and found a nice looking campsite. The pitch that we got was right on the river. That night we spotted an otter swimming along, which was ace as we since read that otters in this part of France are very rare.
The next day we noticed some young children sailing past us down the river in a small inflatable boat, with a cat on board. Think about that for a moment: a cat, in a boat, ...
Day 1 on the road: after an early start we were greeted in France with driving rain. This however failed to dent spirits. The day that followed was filled with a wrong turn (immediately from the port) more rain, beautiful Normandy landscapes and a taste of French cuisine in falaise. We settled in in the picturesque hamlet of mesnil-glais, around 4 pm to a apartment to ourselves with tv to watch the euro's and a fridge full of beers.