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Travel Blogs from Bagnoles-de-l'orne
... and watched the steam rising from the rushing water. Then back up through town by yet a different route via 'home' to grab my camera. I wanted to take a photo of the pattiserie and as I stood on the corner opposite, the priest came down the hill and strode in. I managed to snap a pic as he left with a large loaf under his arm! Again Rocky style (the fat sweaty one) I ran to the chateau, and took photos as the sun broke through the clouds. I wanted to stop ...
... sup> century.
One thing we noticed were the manhole covers which are very
grand and still in place!
A few people have said to us that we are brave doing this
trip but whilst we have been on this site we have been amazed by an very
elderly couple from Leeds who were staying in a tent, their means of transport
is a 2002 Royal Enfield motorbike and sidecar. They come to France twice a year
at the beginning and end of ...
Long long journey through central France. this journey wasn't as bad as some recently. Don't know if we've mentioned this but the AC has packed up on the car, ran out of gas most probably, and driving when its over 30 degrees means that the windows need to be down, even on the motorways, which means you have to shout to hear each other and also means that driving is exhausting. Anyway the temperature has dropped a bit now and the drive was fine.
... distance. They have built a new canal to divert water as the old causeway caused many problem with the tide, etc. So this should help restore it to its old condition. At noon we left for St Malo, stopping at a small restuarant enroute ( L'escale des Bouchots) where we tried their specialties (gallettes were great). At St Malo we walked around the giant city walls. It was sonderfully sunny & warm and we could see ...
Day 1 on the road: after an early start we were greeted in France with driving rain. This however failed to dent spirits. The day that followed was filled with a wrong turn (immediately from the port) more rain, beautiful Normandy landscapes and a taste of French cuisine in falaise. We settled in in the picturesque hamlet of mesnil-glais, around 4 pm to a apartment to ourselves with tv to watch the euro's and a fridge full of beers.