Hotel Voltaire Opera
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... we made our way to see Le Secret de la Lance and we were fortunate enough to get seats in the shade. Once again the standard of this show was amazing. Visually stunning with lots of action, we were in awe as what appeared to be an enormous solid stone wall ( where fighting between enemies had taken place) just lowered into the ground. The enormous castle behind moved towards us and pivoted as it did so. When the stone wall reappeared, it looked different ...
... organ while water and fire sprout from above and within the structure while on the lake different lighting effects are used as sprays of water appear and the actors continue to perform. This performance lasted 30 minutes. Once again our description is totally inadequate but if you are coming to Europe you MUST visit Puy du Fou - it is AMAZING!!! It is hard to believe that we know on of no one who has visited here before.
We had thought it would ...
Sunday morning in Blaye and early start at parking ticket expires at 08:08 and I wasn't sure if barrier would lift!
Anyway there were spaces outside and breakfast in the morning sunshine was delightful.
On to Super U supermarket in search of gas a my Spain cylinder had run out and I was on Irish reserve,
Unfortunately the gas man is closed on Sundays so it was on wards and Northwards by 10:15.
All motorway today but it was a ...
... s lunch was at a roadside Hotel in a village called Ayron - where we had all you can eat salad bar - steak and chips coffee and Orangina. a little more expensive than we wanted but needs must. We got chatting to a chap from Dublin called Bernard he was touring France in a camper van with his miserable wife. we couldn't get rid of him - he too was a biker - they are a friendly bunch you know - always wave to each other and always willing to ...
... the rain of previous days the unsealed surface had become very heavy, resulting in an accumulation of mud on our chains which eventually started to grind. Keith was becoming concerned at this, so instead of going all the way to Rennes for the night as planned, we decided to opt for the familiar comfort and friendliness of our 'the blue window/iPad' Chambre d'Hote at Betton (which is actually called Le Clos du Presbytere), hoping they would have a room for us ...