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... guides from Blandford!!! What a small world, apparently the family have a small holiday home here they have been coming too for a few years, after saying tata we wander to the chateau. Decided not to go in as once you've seen one house/castle/chateaux you've seen them all! Found the local Carrefour and bought some bread etc and a French card for my niece ( in Australia) as Sam txt me to tell me she had had a little girl this morning Marlee Rose :-) went back to the van and ...
... French and perhaps is something to do with the port as the manager has had others suspect that their boat has been occupied without any visible sign of entry.
The bad start to our break didn’t end there. The pump, which allows us to flush the loo had stopped working and in order to flush we had to pull the loo roll store out, turn the valve, flush and turn it off – a real ball ache. Just before going to bed, I went for a wee and flushed the ...
... we must have looked the ideal posh guests ha ha.
Shown to room where showered and I crashed for a small sleep. Down to the pool and a swim followed by total relaxation and another sleep for me. Finally came right changed for dinner into our crinkly clothes and sat enjoying the 30deg plus heat with a large beer. We chose the Formule for dinner (budget) and it was very good, three course for 19 Euro.
Lights out Stuffed!!!
... good pace stopping to take photos. I am surprised by how few touring cyclists we are meeting along the given that it is peak holiday time in europe. Not my chosen time of year to be here really but its just how it has worked out and thats how it is. Everything is more expensive for accommodation at this time of year. When we do come across the odd ones they have so much gear sometimes towing trailers behind their bikes, we ...
Started the day with a brilliant breakfast by Martine & Bruno, Croissants, baguette, scrambled egg, jambon, fromage, homemade selection of confitures, Acacia Miel, fresh fruit, walnuts, yoghurt, fruit juice, and the finale grande black coffee all in the price.
We met a delightful couple from Belgium who were there for the third time and drove 900km to stay for three nights.
After such an incredible breakfast we were more than eager to get on the road. Did ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking