La Villa d'Este
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... t make me all too keen to wild camp. With help from mom, we located another campsite. The problem was that if was 35 km away, and with the morning having been so slow, I doubted we'd make it in the 2 hours we had before dark.
But some how me made it. Fueled by fried food, we did 35km in1.5 hours. No clue how.
Tomorrow is another day.its raining now, but it should clear. Hold ...
... and stopped in the middle of the stellplatz. The rooflight opened and a head popped out with a camera. We then saw all the writing on the van and discovered it was Chris and Mel from Vicarious Books on an inspection tour. We all had a chat for half an hour, then they were gone again. We had by then decided to move on the next day so walked back to the little shop to get a couple of boxes of wine to take home. ...
... driving those narrow windy roads.
-Fortified villages, such as Colmar, Castillane, Provins, with their romantic turrets and battlements. Streets and bridges are always adorned with the most beautiful baskets of hanging geraniums, busy lizzies and the like. ‘Ville Fleuri’ as the French call these towns. And fruit trees are loaded.
-The refreshingly cool, green, and shady chestnut, elm and fir forests throughout ...
... 3 was probably a little over ambitious. Nigel and R2D2 took off a little late but overall it's been a good first day. Lots of travel on what can only be described as shockin roads in Belgium was a little boring at times. But the strawberry flan, The Twits, a great swim followed by a superb pasta were the highlights for me. Yup the first day went well. Now for a monster drive to Switzerland for our first day under canvas. I hope I remembered the poles ...
... now they don't work. So, I pull into a gas station this morning, and the same thing happens again. This time there is a man pumping his own gas, so I walked over to ask if he spoke English. He did. Then I asked how the pumps worked, because I was a stupid American. He laughed, and said he would help. At the same time another couple was having the same problem. He started helping both of us. Then our car got the parking brake stuck, so he fixed it too. We ...