La Ferme de la Chapelle
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Our bed is very snugly and sometimes it is hard to crawl out of bed,however we did and once again on our way to explore yet another Normandy town. Honfleur is a harbour commune located on the southern bank of the Seine river ( pronounced sin) The picturesque and best preserved port of Normandy.Population of around 8,200 and is located close to the exit of Pont de Normandie. The port is characterised by its houses with slate ...
If it's one thing I'm not late for it's planes and ships.
I'd set the alarm and we were bang on time.
One saving grace was the choice of hotel. The Ibis was yards away from the ferry terminal.
It was dull and grey but not raining. I put the telly on whilst we were getting ready.The breaking news was about a fatal collision between a bus of people and a lorry on a D road ...
... wifi. It is always quicker than MacD and obviously cheaper. David likes the coffee in MacD but their tea is a choice between fruit tea and earl grey - yuk!
I love the maps you get in the TO. They all seem to have a huge pad of them and just tear off one for each of their customers - writing on them the places you have enquirer about.
We did our shopping. French Felix cat food is totally different to English Felix and Millie loves it! So we shall take back a ...
Miles driven 1850 (approx. 3000km) Litres of diesel 398.17l. Which averages out at just over 21 mpg. The cheapest diesel we bought was €1.28 and the most expensive was €1.47. Toll charges €151.60 Gas - Less than €20 Some amazing figures - they came as a shock to me. I did not realise that we had driven so many miles. And the summary is that we have travelled well, slept soundly, and seen new places. We have visited ...
... pictures, you'll see why. David was driving and it was raining and windy.
Still, here we are, parked on the quay with tens of other camping cars. I spoke to one of the French campers and commented about parking of the quay, and all he said whilst waving his arms, was that it was 'exceptionelle'.
Off to Mcdonalds to upload the blog and visit the fair. ...