Hotel-Restaurant Le Fruitier
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... take a 60 degree left hand blind bend with a reasonable sweep on it.****! As the bend opens up there's a red Peugeot 205 belting towards us with some ruddy faced pisshead with a greybeard heading straight towards me on my side of the road. He sees me at the last second and swerves over to his side of the road - nobhead!
Metaphoric wipe of brow. F**k, that was close. Karma - what will be, will be.
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DAY SEVEN - FRIDAY We left After a reasonable night's sleep considering the slope and set off to spend some money in Rennes - IKEA and the Camping Car Shops! IKEA first where we treated ourselves to a king size duvet as our existing double leaves Mike with a cold back as he says I pinch it during the night but I reckon he throws it my way when he tosses and turns. We took ages trying ...
... as the caisse didn't open for the gas until 2:30. Next place on the list was listed on Maps.me as Genets, which was a place that Mike had wanted to come to for some reason. We travelled down mostly single carriageway roads and hoped that we'd not meet anything coming the other way. Fortunately, we didn't meet anything bigger than a car! I balked at the lane we were supposed to travel down to get to the car park - a car, yes, but not our Rapido. ...
... so plugged in a stop at Vire and the quickest way there was the boring old A84. I found a stop before Vire at Villers Bocage just off the A84. Driving down through the town we saw the remnants of a market with a handbag stall. I wanted/needed a bag big enough to carry my iPad to McDonalds when I needed to without it being obvious as to what it was. Fortunately, we found ...
Another sunny start to the day, thank goodness, so we meandered through the countryside in to Sainte-Mere-Eglise only a few miles down the road, to find the Airborne Museum. This is the American memorial to the Normandy Landings, especially Utah and Omaha beaches. We found it with difficulty as silly Emily ( as we now know she is called!) sent us down a road that was blocked off for roadworks just around the corner from the museum. Luckily there was a piece of rough ground ...