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Travel Blogs from Vitry-le-Francois
... stepped in and took charge, pleading with the receptionist on our behalf, with the promise that they would stand by and translate the transaction for us. With some reluctance, mademoiselle receptionist put our name on the waiting list and within short order we were served. The transaction was fairly painless, until it came to testing the connection with the new SIM card installed in Doug's phone. It just would not work, so Michael cornered a techie Orange guy ...
... The boy on several occasions: 'Shut up you moron!' • The wife and boy were returning to the apartment from a visit to the donkeys when the boy spotted another guest - a large rocker type of man with a long black beard and long hair. He loudly announced 'look mummy, Captain Hook!' POI's and Discoveries. • Whilst walking to a restaurant one evening, Rosetta's dog had decided to follow us. We couldn't get her to go home, but after being spotted struggling, ...
Because I've been walking a lot the last couple of days, I decide I'll take it easy today. What a beautiful spot. I thoroughly enjoyed sleeping here. I've always liked wild camping. I break up camp and then start tramping to Sainte-Menehould. I'm there early in the afternoon. I visit the town which is quite nice. I think there's just one campsite in town. When I get there, there's a construction ...
... after some frantic fiddling I enabled another map stored on the GPS and it started to work again. If Ian gets around to reading this when we are all home I hope it will bring a smile to his face!
I have shied away from mentioning the weather in case I give it the kiss of death but,just in case you haven't guessed from our pictures, we have been very lucky with the weather. I hope it holds for the rest of the trip.
... how often a mooring is outside one and not a pretty view).
Isi sat outside and did some passage planning to get to Toul, as we now have an idea how long this canal takes with all its locks. John did the washing up after dinner of homemade beef burgers (Isi’s speciality) and cauliflower cheese. He then had a shower and we relaxed for the rest of the evening. Isi tried our Mi-Fi and it worked so she managed to publish yesterday’s blog and check ...