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... Power hooked up and we decided to check out the camp site. Remembering this was our first experience.
The toilet sanitary block (toilets and showers) was basic. Everything is time controlled. Turn on a light switch and it goes off after a certain period of time. Turn the shower on and it goes off after a certain period of time. Turn on a tap at the hand basin and after a certain period of time it goes off.
Saturday 12th July 2014
We woke early and had our usual tea and waited for a text from Dawn with an ETA at the railway station around 10am. It turned out to be just that and John went up to meet them and once on board we soon set away towards Paris.
Dawn did quite a bit of the steering and declared she had not lost her skill from last year. We saw some interesting ...
... to bend, so she had to remove some to put out later. We then set off for the supermarket. It was now dry and definitely getting warmer, but we took umbrella and waterproof with us. The supermarket itself was not the biggest and not the cheapest but it was there and open. We also checked the rail station details for Dawn, Hattie and Jamie's arrival tomorrow and just as well we did as we had the wrong station name down.
The sun came out ...
Suitcases and bags were jam packed to walk to the station so we could make our way out to the place where we were to pick up the car. We chose to walk slightly further rather than change lines with all our cases etc. The streets were quite empty although it was 8.30 when we left the apartment. We passed someone who had the house movers in. They were using a truck and lift contraption to get things down from the top of the house. ...
... the town. One rue is even called Serpentine. But there is also the relatively straight Grand Rue with its 3 boulangeries, 2 boucheries, banks, hairdressers, pharmacies, and the town's only supermarket-which is small but well stocked. One whole aisle is dedicated to chocolate---one of the many reasons I love France.
The people are relaxed, accommodating, and friendly-not only to us but to each other. We notice more ...