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... a little more to one of France's prettiest villages, Lyon-de-foret, we parked up and had a wander, it was quaint and oldie worldy but seemed a little false, it looked like if you didn't plant the right number of daffodils in your garden you'd get a letter from the council. The prettiest bit though was the patisserie shop window, mmmm French cakes, we went in and bought one. We returned to our apartment fired up the kettle and got out our cake, no way, they'd ...
We called in at the TO and she told us the overnight temperature could be minus 4 deg. The MH Aire is in a hollow with a very ,very steep road out. it had been salted, but we were afraid that if it snowed or froze overnight, as it was in the shade, it could be hours before we could get out.. So although it was getting late we ...
Tonight we met up with Karine and said our goodbyes, it is hard to believe that the month is done!
Update: Forgot to mention that with the State election called back home we sent off the request for a postal vote and were surprised to find the voting slip arrived within a week so we got the chance to do our duty and vote. If who we voted for only crosses the line by two votes then they can thank us.
... to see from both the outside and the inside. There are two main alters in the church which were both consecrated by Pope Calixtus II in 1119.
Another interesting first today was for Roy who had to use the public toilet facilities which turned out to be a squat toilet. Now this was not through choice but necessity and it is something he not wanting to repeat in the near future, nor is Nathan as he had ...
... known for having warm spa's. In fact the most famous of the spas is the Bassindes Ladres which translated means the 'Lepers Pond'. This is situated in the centre of the town and believe me, it is really warm!
After a spot of lunch we got on the way again and the roads continued to be great for riding. Some of the mountains near Verdun and Albies were spectacular, being giant lumps of rock, thousands of ...