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... veal hotpot, and desert was chocolate praline or strawberry and cream tart. After we eventually ordered our French is not that good, the waiter asked if we would like more champagne of course said Bev and I and the rob asked how much for a bottle and the waiter said 40e well Rob said after a minute why not, Tim went a whiter shade of pale and us girls did not utter a word, ooh it was nice though Piper Henesky I think red label. A very nice day.
... prettier country roads. We went through lots of different French villages, many of them seemingly closed with all their inhabitants taking August off for their summer holidays.
The main attraction in Le Mans in August is a light show on the major historic buildings which we decided to check out. Unfortunately it doesn’t start till 10pm (a pretty late night for Nic) but it was a good excuse to check out the authentic French restaurants in the old town first. ...
Early start this morning to try finish early to give the old body a chance to recover! Left this morning at 7am and arrived Mamers just after 2pm which is respectable I suppose. Stopped to take photos, fed a horse and had lunch along the way, but it was a good 83 miles with decent roads.
Did some washing today as well. Think ...
... through the maze of little streets, it is a good job they are mostly one-way ‘cos nowhere could 2 vehicles pass each other. The lace making part of the museum was fantastic. Alencon lace is what is called ‘needle-lace’ and not worked with bobbins on a cushion at all. Designs are pricked out with a pin thingy on coloured paper, then a thread laid down over the pattern and stitched over to hold it in place. After that the lace is worked with a ...
... grass parking behind a hedge. Only downside was the road the other side of the hedge was quite busy We sat out in the sun alongside 2 French vans that were already there, then another English one arrived (having driven over an hour out of his way from Le Mans due to his silly sat-nav – Tom-tom or Garmin, they are as bad as each other). By then it was wine-o’clock and think about some dinner. Overnight was very hot so we had all the windows ...
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