Le Dauphin Hotel
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Today the planets aligned and the weather came good, just about perfect for a bike ride and since we have all been wanting to have a ride that's what we set out to do. The organising was a little different to the previous rides we have been on because the twins are fully fledged tag along riders now so I had to get them attached to our bikes and take care of all that while Jess sorted out lunch and the girls played about. Then it came time to set off ...
... them guilt free. For the rest of the afternoon the girls played on the air trampoline, playing some made up games and just having a great time and Jess and I tidied up Sven and had a bit of a relax. I think they would have played there all night if we hadn't called them in for dinner, they really do play well together and have loads of fun. Of course now I have said that, tomorrow they will be screaming and arguing with each other all ...
... of Arc leading the resistance against the English. After getting organised we got on the road for a couple of hour drive and it was pretty straight forward, we stopped in an Aire to make some baguettes for lunch and when we were back on the road again Jess was having her first go at driving Sven again and she took to it with no problems and I took to passenging with no problems so that was all good. We ...
A great night with electricity, makes a difference, a DVD and super food. Floods in the MH this morning from somewhere, sorted now and no problem. Heading to Marbouie in the rain. A lovely drive along minor roads with evidence of coypu, boar and deer in the forests and by the road ...
... lingo - definitely improving in both vocab and confidence, with Andy able to understand and say the most and Matthew helping out with words we've forgotten. A typical Logis with excellent food for a €20 3 course meal - and having seen the trolley of cheeses as we left (like the old-fashioned dessert trollies brought to your table) Andy was keen to return again!