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... on the zapper (John has renamed it the Magic Wand as it worked far better than all the other devices we have used) with no problems, then the big locks that were manned and in radio contact were virtually ready to go into. These locks are sectioned so may be 6 boats our size could go into the small section (about ¼ of the whole lock) and would operate that part of the lock only to save water and time. We went in the front and they emptied the whole lock ...
... off on his bike to find a pizza to bring back to ST, which was lovely and saved cooking as we were both tired from the restless night and relieved to have the tunnel out of the way. Our next challenges to come are a boat lift and an incline plane in Belgium!
We then did a bit of blog work and then went to the pub alongside the marina with music playing and a marquee up where we sat outside in the very pleasant evening sunshine. Apparently there had ...
... tried to get it to swim towards the bank and they got to within 4 or 5 feet of the dog when the rescue people arrived. They had a swimmer in a wetsuit who went straight in to get the dog and brought it to the side. It took several attempts by 3 of the rescue crew to get the dog out. (With hind sight, Isi and the other lady would not have been able to get the dog out as it was obviously so heavy with the water soaked fur, but they would have tried) John ...
... heel and they were for a time. These shoes she had not used for years and started to rub her toes causing a blister, so back to the sandals to walk back.
We did some reading then we watched on DVD “The Kings Speech” again as it is a favourite of ours.
Not long after we went to bed, with the thought of tunnels to come! We will move up to the first one tomorrow and hopefully go through that, but the long one is closed on Sunday. We will wait and ...
... It seems to be the style in this area.
When we arrived at our overnight stop at Seraucourt Les Grand there were already 2 Dutch boats there and a Belgian boat came after us. There was just enough room on the pontoon for us all. There was water and electric but we had to wait for the Capitaine who arrived on an electric assisted bike. We admired it and he offered people to try it, so John had a go along with 1 of the Dutch men. He was very ...
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Other places to stay in St-Quentin
14 place de la Basilique, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $71
Rue Antoine Parmentier Zac de la Valle, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $50
42 Rue Emile Zola, St-Quentin | 2 star hotelfrom $64
Rue Archimede, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $51
ZONE COMMERCIAL, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $50
6 rue Dachery , St-Quentin | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Route Nationale 44, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $63
ZAC de la Vallee, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $52
8 rue de la Comedie, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $80
ZAC de la Vallee Rue Charles - Naudin , St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $80
84 rue Michelet, St-Quentin | Hotelfrom $47