Hotel Saint Jean d'Acre
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... A French couple came along and told us they had just seen a snake in the grass! So we thought it prudent to make a move, we had seen quite a few lizards sunning themselves, but no snakes. Once back at the van we watched more and more vans arrive until there were 13 of us overnight. The book said it would cost us 5 euros and someone would come to collect, but we never saw a soul.
... call it 'planing de l'eau?' The lady in the Pattiserie I was temporarily heading for seemed a little unnerved.
I didn't bring 2 bikes all this way not to use them, so today I booked a pitch for the night at L'ocean camping. It's their first day open for the season and there's only one other van here. If there's 2 sharing the shower cubicle tonight I'll be asking some questions. Headed off in a monsoon to ...
... in mustard damask, similar to the one in the fancy house in Poldark -- trying to get some sleep in between the griping pains.
However, the beautiful old church right beside the chateau rings its bells EVERY hour, then a few minutes later just in case you missed it, then once on the half hour.
It's a bit like the Chinese water torture.
The worst is at 7 am when the church-ringing mafia have decided that YOU WILL GET UP AT 7AM!
Nicole was our French teacher at Mosman Community College. Richard did her French for Travellers course and I her intermediate French on Saturday mornings. Ooh la la! She has the patience of a saint.
Merci beaucoup, Nicole.
Richard began by ordering un carafe d'eau at the restaurant in le Manoire de l'Acherie where we overnighted on the way from Calais to Charzais. He was a bit worried when it didn't appear but as Madame walked past and he looked ...
... hand had doors on wardrobe and a safe but we had a view of the street which was cute. That night Paul and Felicity opted to say home as they were both unwell so Tony and I headed out about 8.30pm this is the time that the streets of France come alive. We went for a beautiful walk up the city centre and explored lots of little streets and found a beautiful restaurant at the front of the city centre and had dinner and a glass of wine. We got back to the hotel about ...