Ibis Chartres Centre Cathedrale
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... after a short stop, continue driving as they liked.
At Hazeldonk we were awaited for by our colleague Bert and his girlfriend, and by Mariette and Ruud from our sponsors RVB shipbroker. We really appreciated them being there for us, really nice! As we were showing the car and talking about the challenge, Arthur came by to give us some more info on the roadbook. He explained to us that on the beach between Saint Lious and Dakar, ...
... a few photos before giving up. I would've tried taking a little film of it, but I'm still not sure how my new camera works.
After getting turned around a bit in the dark, I managed to get back to the hotel. My wet stuff was mostly dry, except my slippers are still pretty damp. I also discovered that my nightgown got a bit wet. Yuck.
It's 11:15 now and I'm completely awake. I'm really hoping that sleep will suddenly grab me and I won't be able to do anything but sleep.
... up with each of them when we're in the UK South.
Well, Le Van's le bumper has been repaired and we've set off on our journey again. Time has meant that we've forsaken the West and North Britanny coasts and are heading, instead, down the middle . . . . direction Paris.
Currently (reminder: currently and similar words mean "when this post was typed") we're staying in a smallish campsite, Camping La Vallee du Ninian, near the village of Taupont. This ...
... item in the week is Tuesday with our friends, the Berridges, so our itinerary is flexible. We've decided to stay here another day and have a really good look around Chartres. And we won't go any further south. Instead, we will investigate some of the Normandy Coast for the rest of the week. 1st November is a public holiday in France and everything closes - even some campsites. So we must plan for ...
Today we returned to the Cathedral precinct to walk through the old town. Like most towns that have a history back to before the Romans they have retained an old quarter and in Chartres it is a pedestrian precinct controlled by card operated bollards. The old town of Chatres has retained a number of houses that have timber framed and clad upper stories. The roads are narrow and quite ...