Hotel Du Grand Cerf
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- Pets allowed
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... to 1st gear and to never stop! As long as I was driving at a reasonable speed, it's fine. Decided my destination for the day would be Dieppe. It should only take 2-3 hours, yeah right. Found an empty parking lot to practice my moves, then went on my way. Travelled a good distance sometimes turning the right way and sometimes turning the wrong way. Didn't matter to me. Stopped to take a **** three times on the side of ...
... starting a conversation with a group of people is quite an uncomfortable experience. If you have others with you, it isn't so bad; but when it's only you, you're just some random guy off the street talking to people for no real reason
-TV has mostly french programs but also quite a few American ones. They are dubbed over with french dialog
-Wiki travel and the rick steves guidebooks have been very helpful for finding things to do around the places i've ...
... Some of the bridges are quite elegant, and the one we crossed had sculpted busts of many famous explorers. Of course, our little green friend had to do his share of exploring, and there are some great photos of him to come. We're sorry aout the lack of photos still, but while our Paris hotel is very good, the internet connection is very slow and photos take so long to load that the operation times out. We will catch up honest!
Anyway, all too soon ...
... in England, cold, wet and windy.
We sped down the free motorway to Boulogne, and then on the D901 to Abbeville and then the free road again until just outside Rouen, when we turned off on the D919 to Buchy.
We found the MH Aire quite easily, but it was behind a school which was ...
... and hens not to mention the cheese and assorted vegetables and brightly coloured clothes. We grabbed some pastries from a charcuterie all of which were good and then took a stop at the usual church and playground. No matter how small a town you drive through here and there are a lot of small towns they all seem to have a huge church in the centre of town. I have no idea how they support all these churches and if people still go, ...