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... and counter-intuitively, this turned out perfectly! It was relatively quiet and completely free. A large hedge separated me from the adjacent path that was closed also to cars. There was an adjacent park with water and I found a free outlet on one building to let my phone charge over night. In the end, I had everything I needed and had a nice spot with a view of the Loire ...
... them yet....
And also.... There has been no group introduction yet as Calvin said he was waiting til after the group joined in Paris... Bit of a mistake I think but I have moved around a lot and caught up with most. Won't take long to know the rest.
2 from the Philipines
About 15 New Zealanders
The rest Aussies
All different ages.... From late 20's to late 60's
Everyone's mixing really well.
Calvin the tour director is Sth ...
On the bus to Tours and Bordeaux. Beautiful sunny day. Mostly a travel day and then a dinner in the hotel in Bordeaux. OK Some technical information for you. (By the way, I am typing this my IPhone on the bus so it is taking me a while.... Small keypad and all.... So read slowly OK?) We have 49 people on the bus. 2 young ones from the Phillipines...could be honeymooners... Yet to catch up with them. About 10 people joined the tour in Paris...so not up ...
We made our way across the country in about 4 hours. The journey was pleasant enough but I was glad to get off the Autoroute as we headed into Orleans. We see refreshingly less and less English vehicles on the road as we leave the Dordogne area and it starts to feel a bit more French. On the approach to Orleans it feels a bit American townesque as the highway is littered with cuboid out of town shops interspersed with the odd Buffalo Bill steak ...
... my od katedry do pomnika św Joanny na głównym placu, jednak trwaly tu prace nad przywróceniem swietnosci brukowanym ulicom, więc nie mogliśmy zobaczyc go z bliska.
Stare miasto w Orleanie było warte odwiedzenia, posiadające wiele sklepów sprzedających starocie (Bruce powiedział śmieci!), Ale podobało mi się przeglądanie tych sklepów i tak.
Zdecydowanie miasto, które warto odwiedzić na weekend.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed