- Pets allowed
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... compare langostino) or scampi, is a slim, orange-pink lobster which grows up to 25 cm (10 in) long, and is "the most important commercial crustacean in Europe".
Pound for pound these things are worth more than a rapper's necklace.
Before you ask, it was my treat, and although the Quentels would, I am sure, bought them I asked Isobel to do ...
We stopped at this little village called Ambon for half an hour's break and then continued our journey through some lovely villages and countryside.
The only thing of note really was a feisty dog and a suicidal pigeon.
We were bimbling down this road doing about 60mph taking in the scenery and sunshine. I was behind this Merc estate doing likewise when ...
... shops and cafes and a number of well marked walking routes round about. The couple in the motorhome next door had a 7 month old dog and so its owner and I did a number of walks together. The little dog was sold to them as a West Highland White terrier but every one agrees that it is probably a Bichon Frisse, but it doesn't matter what he is because he is lovely and gets on well with Treacle.
On my first day ...
... around the village and check the sights. We meet for lunch at 1215 to sample the local speciality, crepes or gallettes if you're having the savoury versioon, which we did. We left Reddon about 1330 and set off for our destination tonight, La Roche Bernard. This afternoons ride is a bit harder as there are rolling hills for the last 20kms and the day has warmed up. We arrive at a gorgeous little hotel at about 4pm, ...
... by train to London.
It is a fascinating town, which today hosts an Airbus factory right at the airport, where fuselages are built, then transferred to Toulouse in "the Beluga" for final assembly. The French Navy has a base, and large sections of the river are restricted airspace.