Hotel le Cleves
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... us felt like it had no soul. There was no heart or life to the town. The temperature is still in the high 30s and it really saps your energy. The sun rises early and doesn't set until after 10:30pm. The twilight time between 8 and 10 is the best time to go for a walk. It cools down and it's very pleasant. Peter has decided on some sort of growth thing on his face, I suppose you would call it a goaty. I suppose we are on ...
... we did our thing and packed up ready to leave, now we all know that the best way to start a driving day is to let the engine idle for a while so the juices get ready.. howsoever it would appear that another Dutch lady camped across the way did not understand the logic and promptly came over and said something like…. You leave now, your car it smells not well… what the freak.. I stared at her ...
Today we travelled the 192 miles to Charleville Mezieres in the Ardennes. The autoroutes were slightly busier than usual due to it being May Day weekend in Europe as well as the UK. We encountered a few showers enroute but the weather cleared up and we wandered into the attractive town centre to listen to live music and buy a few locally produced items at a Beer and wine festival. The temperature was a modest 15 ...
... 3 'models' in wedding dresses, one of whom decided to run into the Lac for photographic effect....the screams as the water hit certain parts of her anatomy could be heard across the waters for some distance; how she home in a sodden wedding dress is any ones guess...perhaps she drove back in a another suit all together!
As the camp site had only just opened for the season, it was very quiet.
... biked around the historic city or Trier, oldest Roman city in European history; AND negotiated RH driving along the German autobahns. Well done Graeme- driving 301. I am negotiating the french rural roads, driving 101. Not too much of a rest until today! Life in a campervan is perfect.
You know you are in Germany ...