Grand Hotel de la Gare
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Babysitting service
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... set up, selling mostly clothing. We went knto one of the hotels we had the name of, and decided to stay, choosing a 'superior room', which was large, had wifi and a tea/coffee maker, ( not that it really influenced me?!), and for €79 a night was good value.
We had another, unfortunate experience like we had on a previous trip, when we tried to get fuel. Many of the stations now are attached to a supermarket, are available ...
... did not have the correct connector for a water tap. So we went to a garden centre and stocked up on connectors and hose ends. We used the last one to connect our clear pipe to our blue pipe to reach a tap, so we need to replace that. And Sue gave us rillettes d'oel and I wanted to get some to take with us. Tomorrow we will go to Tours, the following day in Blois, followed by Orleans. Then Evreux or Dreux and finally Fecamp and Wimereux. Then it's the ferry home to ...
... happy this morning, i have met a ginger cat. The loss of our sweet little Basalina is still fresh with me and i long to pick him up but he scurries away into the undergrowth.
After lunch we visited Fontevraud Abbey.
The Abbey was originally the site of the tombs of King Henry II, his wife Eleanor of Aquataine, their son Richard I (The Lionheart). However there is no presence of them. Their ...
... in the middle of the two fastest lanes, Lucas pulls into the slow lane beside him and the driver glances over at us and puts his foot down and that is the last we see of him. He must have been pulling 200 k as he rounded the gentle bend in the road as he disappears into the darkness.
Morning breaks through the gloom and the fog has given way to drizzling rain. Stuck behind a convoy of trucks travelling at 60 klm for nearly 30 klms. Lucas is nearly off ...
... did they do capuccinos? No, came the emphatic answer, so I asked for a cafe creme - white coffee! Out came the coffee - okay, it was so close to a capuccino that LEs and I had a giggle to ourselves. This is what one would call "lost in translation". Obviously here, a capuccino is one of those black coffees with a topping of cream - not the traditional capuccino that we Australians know and love. Wasn't a problem - it was really good!
Next came ...