Hotel de la Glane
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... the last of the sunshine with a Kir at Le Sporting, before going back to the Hotel for a little rest...Dave snored his little head off! We walked down to Jan & Wally's in time for Emmerdale, and had a lovely supper with them. Then came the UNO...why does it make us swear so? What a good laugh we had, and for a change Jan didn't win! The walk back to the hotel 12.30am did us good, and again it's a lovely,clear, starlit ...
... s not the room with the toilet in the wardrobe! A quick kir before the sun goes down at La Sporting, then back to the Hotel for Dave's kip. We were at Jan & Wally's in time to watch Emmerdale, then came the UNO. What a laugh we had, and Jan won both of the games! Dave had given her his old tablet, once she got her Google account sorted she was well away. 12.30am we walked back to the Hotel. A bit cool now at 12c, and damp under foot. But a beautiful starlit ...
... men kissing - it was a Camp pub a gay bar what else do you call them - They were very friendly - even the doorman - who can be seen in one of the pictures.
Retired then to the room and couldn't face the blog.....didn't even manage to book a hotel for the following night - it was earplugs in, snore guards in and that was it!!!
Mileage today 149 (Total Mileage 790)
... committed these atrocities but many of them were killed in action a little over a week later and those who weren't were given amnesty much later after the war. A new town has been built next to this village but the old town stands as a memorial and reminder of what we should never let happen again. We drove only 10 km further to see another little village where time has stood still. This village is called Montrol-Senard. Everything is as it was in the beginning of ...
... is unusual. Churches are usually at
the town center. So, we saw an old man standing at a bus stop who pointed us
down the road saying the church was another 4km. We were completely
disheartened by this because we had already walked 34km! However, we walked for
about 2 min and could see the church. It was about 1.5 km from where we had
asked the old man. Whew!
When we arrived, we were greeted by the proprietor, who