Hotel Restaurant La Chaumiere
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A six hour drive today, we left at 7am and arrived at 2pm - lots of traffic, just did they highway but spent around 65 Euro in tolls. Speed limit most of they way was 130.
We arrived outside our apartment and it looked like a derelict building with a big green door, soon our host Christelle arrived and we were immediately under her charm.
... him but couldn’t find him. And then we spied him. He had made a forced landing on the carpet right by the mattress on the floor, a few feet from where emmanuel was. Spread eagle. He wasn’t moving. He must have been dazed.
I had my opportunity. I grabbed a towel, and crept closer to him, intending to throw it over him, bundle him up and throw him out of the window. I crept closer, hand towel in hand and was within throwing distance. But I ...
... a good job as it stops more or less right outside. We were charged €2 on this bus whereas when we went out it was free. It is still better than the €20-29 for a taxi. On our arrival at the station there was a massive black cloud hovering, so we saw one of the little mini busses we had heard of that are supposed to be free and take you round the town. We asked and sure enough it was free and they took us to the ...
... then charging it up and so published another entry from the boat – hooray!
We then went for another walk into this lovely town and saw some more lovely buildings including the Hotel de Ville and the Palais de Justice and an old city gate. We like Dole!
After a drink in a bar (of course) we returned to Spring Tide and saw an English narrow boat had arrived at the marina. We spoke ...
... is the best marginally so we probably need to stick with them, but it bugs us that they put a ridiculous time limit on the usage. End of rant!
We had a stroll around the city and it was street market day with stalls outside their premises. It was very good with lots of bargains but we didn’t buy anything!
Back on Spring Tide Alan and John fixed up the new horn and sealed it into ...