La Maison Du Lierre
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... with an average of £1.23 in the UK during November. An hour later we were at the Aire de Baie de Somme, a large service area on the A15 just north of Abbeville. We had stopped here two years ago in a caravan parking area close to the service area, which was safe but a bit noisy. This time we went to the caravan area at the far end, well away from the trucks and noise, to find we had the car park to ourselves. Fine for ...
... the Heart came on and Sal got the non-English speaking cabby to crank the stereo and started belting it out. We went the wrong way at Latresne which is our closest town, but unfortunately the cabby couldn't hear me shouting from the back that we were going the wrong way due to Sal's exuberant and somewhat musical interpretation of the Bonnie Tyler classic. That song cost about 20 Euro in extra cab fare but rounded out a pretty funny night.
Friday was ...
... and that was the one in Paris, Robert Knapp, in Paris, who saved our necks for the best of our way to Greece..... Anyhow.... No use hashing this up again.... Everything is going to be just fine.... I see a back mercedes van across from Milena, with a man leaning against it, looking rather bored. "Excuse moi, Monsieur, est vous por Knepper?" I asked sweetly. The man looked rather befuddled, and very confused. "the lady.... name...come..." he said in very broken, almost ...
... with very large breasts that they are not afraid of exposing (much to most men's delight on the beach). Brekkie at a lovely new place - cafe du commerce in the market area of town, people watching is hilarious, Mac is amazed at the number of motorbikes. After a leisurely brunch we go for a wee stroll and head to the beach - why not. Not much to say, but I finished another book - Tyler Hamilton's accounts of the doping that happens at the Tour de France - what a bloody ...
... one hour.
After a ten minute wait the conductor arrived and advised (in French) that people standing up needed to get off for safety. He informed that a bus would take them. Being used to latin ways of doing things, I quickly realised that the bus replacement probably would take hours not only to arrive, but also to get to St Jean. So this clever author slowly but surely started sliding downwards on to the wall chair which was propped up at the ...