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... to bend, so she had to remove some to put out later. We then set off for the supermarket. It was now dry and definitely getting warmer, but we took umbrella and waterproof with us. The supermarket itself was not the biggest and not the cheapest but it was there and open. We also checked the rail station details for Dawn, Hattie and Jamie's arrival tomorrow and just as well we did as we had the wrong station name down.
The sun came out ...
... came into a very windy entrance to the marina and tied up at the waiting pontoon followed by the yacht we had been in the lock with. At the welcome pontoon we both had to help the man (Austrian) with his small yacht (as his wife was stricken with a bad back and couldn’t move so we found out later). He was desperately trying to get on to arrival pontoon behind us. He got caught by the wind and his boat was being blown on to the corner of ...
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... with all the rain it was slippery I only fell once(LOL) When we got to the monastery it was packed but we got a bunk bed for the night Jean-Yves on the top bunk me on the bottom. If anyone asked me for tip on the first day I would say paid 8 euros and send your pack ahead this one time!! We had supper and tried to dry our clothes, no luck there, then tried to sleep but when there are fifty sets of bunk beds in one room it can be pretty noisy. No sleep again that's 3 nights ...
... and allowed to settle in before dinner at 8pm This B&B is very nice. Building approximately 300 years old. In a newly renovated room Dinner for all guests at 8pm. Nico our host served Roquefort and asparagus gratin, filet mignon, strawberries with a light custard. Delicious. And a glass of wine. The French guests did their best to understand English and translate where required. Really appreciate their help and patience. Time to hit the ...
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