Chateau de la Cazine
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Mistakes and muddles abounded - first we forgot the Stirling - then realised we didn't have the caravan keys. A quick hour round trip sorted this, and we caught the ferry with time to spare. We have learnt the gentle art of caravan towing - nothing above 60 - and just watch the world (and lorries) go by. Tried motorway for first day, bit expensive, so used D roads for next move. We went through a lot of small French ...
This entry is meant to show all of the photos I've taken while travelling on the roads and highways of France, I shall give captions to each of them, I would provide an approximate location for most of the photos as for some photos I couldn't remember where I took them, anyway enjoy those photos! Thanks!
(The photos were taken with a 8 Megapixel iPhone
4S camera, a 16 Megapixel Samsung Camera Model ST72 and a 9 Megapixel Panasonic Lumix camera)”
... I am defnately appreciating the basic luxuries in life like a proper towel and a pillow that doesn't need to be folded 5 times to get a little bit of mass about it. Madrid is a stinking hot city but filled with hustle and bustle. I've noticed in most cities the shops wont open until 9-10am and you wont see anyone really walking around. But in Madrid, it was so busy at 730am. I guess its probably because of the heat. The nightlife is incredible and the way the buildings ...
... Maaate, hows the tranquility? (Please watch the movie 'The Castle') The river is down to almost no current. Today was hazy with no breeze so the river was glassy. The total seclusion and glassy river broken only by the occasional fly fisherman working an offshoot stream or the wake of a swan. And Red of course, but even Red was kept slow as I didnt want to spoil it. If you sit on deck you can barely hear Klaus humming away below. Nothing but the bubbling of the bow wave and ...
... I've come fairly close to something, and then a day or so ago, I found there's another dozen little marks. Fortunately they will mostly polish off, but I have absolutely no idea how/when they happened....
We then travelled via Fumay, Fepin, Aubrives and Givet and headed for Liege, in Belgium, before branching off and we ended up in Achen, although bloody George almost lead us astray again.
Treas found the address of a camp -ground in Achen in our German camp book ( we ...