Hotel La Caravelle
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... were soon scotched when the rain started again. We spent the day the way so many old folk do, books, jigsaws, crosswords, sudoku, internet and a visit to the supermarket.
During the afternoon we had a visit from a neighbour, who came in for a chat. He was in a short sleeved black shirt and was obviously very, very cold. His name was Geoff, and he had been on the road for 8 years, following a ...
... English. I'll never complain about the Asian signs in Ashfield again - it is such a help. Anyway, we jumped aboard the train semi-confident we were going to the right direction. It didn't help that the station at SS is called by another name, 'Amara' I think?? We had to change trains on the boarder along the way. San Sebastion was our introduction to Spain. And what an introduction! It is gorgeous. The buildings, the ...
... to park the bikes in a mountain bike hire shop for the night rather than having them in the room with us, the room is a bit cosy so the two bikes would have made it a fun time come the morning and trying to get them out of the shower so we could have a go would have made it.
Outside the bedroom window is a river running over a weir so it will be singing constantly through the night, it is not too loud though as the windows cut out most of the river ...
... go but I think he was trying to pick Ange up a bit. The rest off the night is a bit blurry as it was all you can drink but we got some great pics. The last night we were there I came down with a pretty bad case of food poisoning and was spewing and everything all night and has we had to catch the bus to running off the bulls it came down at a pretty bad time.
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Our first day travelling took us from Brighton to the Channel Tunnel, a tedious trip via the M25 and M20. We took the long way round because the direct route along the coast through Bexhill, Hastings and Rye is scenic but very slow, especially with the caravan. We arrived at the tunnel in good time, expecting a half hour wait for our train, but were shepherded straight on to one which left almost ...