Hotel des Sapins
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As has been the case so far the day starts fine and the view over the valley in Salers is breathtaking. We head off to our next destination Le Puy, however as the main road is closed we need to go via Aurilliac. Camille resumed navigational duties and reckoned we could go around Aurilliac to Le Puy and directed us accordingly, this time we ended up going in out outback French country mixing it with tractors and farmers wives weighing down foliage on the back ...
Last night we had more rain and thunder storms but not as bad as he night before. But on leaving the campervan this morning there was lots of grumbling background thunder and some rain. It cleared a little around 11.30 ish so Tim and I went to ask about kayaking down the river for a couple of hours. When I got to the rivers edge, I saw the river was much faster flowing than ...
... allowed and so the boys all bought really cheap "speedo" type togs at the local supermarket. They looked a sight in their tiny togs. Unfortunately I forgot to get a photo. The pool was heated but still felt cold to me. It was lovely however. The site stretches to the edge of the river at the start of the gorge. The river is usually slow flowing but today it looks faster flowing due to ...
... the official opening was followed by a parade past the town hall and many camps were set up in small squares around the town and in the main gardens. On the Thursday morning a market was being set up and many school groups were coming through to look at the sights, participate in medieval games, and generally having ...
... meals, owing to the fresh French ingredients on offer.
After our long rest we have decided to bomb it through central france so that we can spend another two nights somewhere nice and can set up a bit of a proper camp. We have also booked our ferry from Cherbourg on Friday, so we now have somewhere (and some when) to head for.
Daniel & Christina.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed