Chateau de Saint Paterne
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... was enough for me!We headed back over the bridge, and made a quick detour via Decathlon (again) this time to swap Em's boots for the correct size.... And then after a quick shop in the supermarket we were on the road to Argentan, hoping to find our booked camp site! We got there after about another 45 minutes of driving and the site was probably the best that we've stayed at (just looking at the grass). The weather was still a bit average, ...
... dry and was just taking bens suit off when the sun came out again, so suited Ben back up but he only wanted a few more minutes. They've got a really nice toddler park and a Villages des Enfants, cute little wooden houses in a village set up for them to play in. Kids loved it. Ben bounced around quite merry for a while on the bouncy castle with cars on it and Bella loved going in a big girl swing for the first time. Had benji's ...
... hour splashing around - v similar to Martragny - shallow section, main pool, but they had an extra bit at the end ( didn't get there to investigate). Kids loved it, threw themselves around like maniacs, splashing everyone they could. Bella's so confident in the water now, she starting to really motor around. Lots of jumping in and ...
... watch the night racing. Before long it started to rain again, brollies were raised hoods pulled up. The cars slowed, slipped slid ad squirmed their way past us. Into the night we went until we reached plateau six the most modern cars, these are Porsches, Lola’s, Reynard’s, mixed with Ferraris, Cobras Lotus Corvettes and a Capri? Help me I think he was lost. Eventually the rain and the wine got the better of me and as the rain began to fall heavily I called it a night. ...
... if we could find one locally. Being a Ford part we tried Le Mans Ford, they did not have one and pointed us to Flers Ford who did but were 2 hours north, basically back in Caen…. So we did what we always do, we went for lunch to think about it.
Lunch on Friday is always at the Auberge in Malicorne a fantastic village so pretty it almost hurts your eyes. Meanwhile on his way to the petrol station James had guided Thor onto the Mulsanne fir a quick run ...