Ibis Budget Quimper
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... roads were ****** disused farm roads.
Back down the road, probably only used to convey human sacrifices. It was just as lethal going back and all the time I could hear these voices "Squeal like a pig, squeal piggy,piggy,piggy", expecting to get an arrow in my neck at any moment. Will on the other hand though it was a great road.
We got back on the route but had lost an hour and it was still ...
... Gaulle in some variation, Avenue, Rue, Boulevard.
It got to the point where I thought, "Have I hit a time lapse, I'm sure I've done this before".
Like Scoody Doo running down the corridor - plant, clock, picture, plant, clock, picture... Ground Hog Day on steroids.
Eventually we passed Vannes and went further inland away from the De Gaulle fan club. I needed a ...
... puts on a brave face. I haven't seen him for 30 odd years but after a couple of reminders he twigged who I was.It was really quite remarkable that he and his wife, Gilberte, (yes bizarre I know) made us so welcome, he even thought Will was a 'beautiful boy' - the only English he knows apart from 'rubbish'. Two Ricards later and we're back to Annie's for tea, and more ...
... us with coffee and Danish pastry. Will smiles politely but has his first taste of French conversation so I have to translate - not a problem, he's trying to remember what he learned in school to have a stab at talking to Li-Li. The years come flooding back, the first time I tried with him in 1974 and it takes a dog's age. He's trying to tell him how you get the pear in a bottle of hooch, Will thinks the bottle bottom is false.Annie returns, another coffee and then back to the ...
... Concorde and the story of how the sound barrier was eventually broken. It was interesting but you really had to be keen on flying to enjoy it properly, so Lance was in his element.
After that we listened to a talk by Sue Holderness, who played Marlene in Only Fools and Horses, and she was very funny and it was great to see excerpts from her various television appearances on a big screen. She had a very attentive audience who laughed ...