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... Ferrand without any U turns, just need to get her behind the wheel next ��
Went for a walk to the old part of Orcet this morning, lots of narrow winding streets no wider than a small car, really quirky with a large church in the centre. Took the dogs for a walk down some leafy lanes, quote a nice stopover and the sunshine certainly helps. We hit Spain tomorrow as we continue South
Next stop Capmany in Spain, 315 miles. More to follow ...
We were up, packed up and ready to leave by 8.30 this morning!!! No alarm was necessary as the dutchy caravan and family behind us decided to start packing up and left by 7.30!! We knew we had a bit of a trek today- Simon had planned it so we did a big drive and broke the back of the 13 hour drive back to Cov. The six and a bit hour drive to Nonette was the best we've done yet, the weather was good and ...
... I hadn't eaten potato since my cheesy extravaganza in Alpe d'Huez. This was nicer, I finished my meal with a chilled berry soup and ice cream.So good.
My French has had its good and bad moments. Here, in this part of the country, I have no idea what they are saying. They may not even be speaking French.
There was a free concert playing in the park. We listened to a bit of hiphop and went for a walk. The night was lovely and warm and the town was picturesque. We decided to ...
Today we took the city bus to the town of Royat. It is 'famous' for its geothermal baths and pools. They have built a community around them offering spa days and weeks that include thermal pools, massages and other pampering type activities. I was describing what a massage entails and Caleb asks 'Are you nude?' And 'Do they massage your butt?' We followed a 9km trail ...
... And so to the BBQ. I had been given the impression by the staff that there was a well equipped BBQ/Picnic area on site but having followed the directions I discovered that in fact, it had apparently fallen into a state of neglect. The BBQ stack, as I like to call it...(nod to Mr Charles Egan) had missing bricks and no actual grill. Undeterred, as I often find myself in these situations I hunted around in the hope of finding something ...