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... was elected King of the French in 1830 after the “Glorious 3 Days Revolution” which saw Charles X exiled to Italy.
Clovis was the first king of France. Through hundreds of years the name “Clovis” became “Louis”. The “C” was dropped and the “v” became a “u”. The various houses of the kings were the Carpetians, the Valois, ...
... to warm and sunny though the Loire looked ominously high. The water was above the normal level and the grass was sitting in the water.
We glimpsed chateaux alongside the road, some with steep grey flat roofs and some with cone shaped pinnacles.
The aire was easy to find, just behind a sports centre, as so many are. Access wasn't so easy as the roadway turned the wrong ...
... Boursault to try our luck! Still nothing. Even the chateau that claims in the travel books to be open every day from 9-7 was closed... Bugger it, we were keen to get to Paris, so we got back on the road, and only 2 minutes up the road found an open sign! Out of the car and into the "shop" - which is quite a loose term, as it was more of a guys garage that also had some champagne equipment in it... After Gobillard et Fils, Michel Liebart was definitely a bit of a change! ...
A blurry eyed wake up call at 6 saw us tent packed and underway for just before 7. Double Espresso at the Baie du Somme Aire got things moving. News of tunnel closures In Rouen led to a hasty detour cross country but sat nav saviour came to the rescue ! Arrived at Issoire around 4:30 so our guess of 9 hours driving was about right. Curry for tea at the lovely municipal site, Camping du Mas with Herons soaring above ...
Left hotel and went to boulangerie for breakfast-salad roll & pain au raisin with 2 coffees came to €10 & the breakfast at the hotel was €10 each, times are hard for retirees! Thought we were on the nice river route to Ivry La Bataille but suddenly noticed the road sign said D836 which is a red road, no wonder there was some traffic & lorries - we should have been on the other side of the Eure on the D67 a yellow ...