Le Coche De Briare
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... a 9 am kick off in the breakfast
I really want to make that call to Mr P, so
he can pick us up. To hell with breakfast if it’s going to take
this long for continental coffee, fruit and croissant.
We wait in a sitting area with the shoulder
bag we need for today’s important
meeting with Mr P at
... for 4 and a kitchen work area with 3 burner gas stove over a
3 way fridge with sink etc.
Overhead storage lockers all around.
Gas is used for cook top, fridge , furnace and heating water – hot and strong just like at home.
The engine, or mains electricity ( at some campsites) or solar panel on the
roof charge the 2 house ...
... week there I do not recall traversing a single straight street. Why are they all bent? Or what is the fascination with straight lines? Maybe the bend was put there as a type of pre combustion engine street calming. To stop local hoons from galloping their horses and racing their buggies too fast as they sought speed of steed to exhilarate their egos and gain admiration from the petite fille.
... We were treated to a grand lunch and dinner, with lots of champagne, wine, baguettes, fromage, bbq.....we just seemed to eat continually!
The weather was glorious so Max had a swim with Judith, the boys played soccer and basketball in the garden and we all went for a walk around Villemandeur. Not far from the house was a small castle with a moat which is now used as a music school.
We really enjoyed our stay in ...
... there's a famous cycling race held in April each year called the Paris-Roubaix which takes in significant stretches of cobblestone (or pave) roads and finishes in Roubaix in the velodrome. The visit wasn't without its challenges. We caught a train from Lille to Roubaix (a mere 10 minute ride on the fast-speed country train), then a local bus to the velodrome. We were pleased to find when we arrived that the gates were open and we could walk in ...