Le Grand Pavois Hotel
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... all of which were build after the entire town was burnt down in 14th century.The construction of these homes are really something to see, it almost looks like they built one place and then kept adding another and another all joined together all different shapes and sizes and a mixture of materials.The majority are build from the wooden external supports with the limestone mixture in between, occasionally there are some ...
Paid the bill, loaded the bikes and left the underground garage. Straight across the road, into the terminal.
Papers checked and even given a wave through by customs. Bonus!!
We never even queued, we were waved straight on, the only 2 bikes on the sailing.
We were virtually first on the boat save for 4 lorries.
We set up shop in the bar ...
... of pouches for her.
The wind was hugely gusting throughout the evening and into the night. It wasn't wise to put up the satellite dish as neighbouring ones were looking fragile as they swayed in the wind. So we walked up past the marina to see if the local wine merchant sells vin en vrac. We may be in luck. Will try tomorrow as we are pretty much out of both red and white.
And we found the cheapest Gasoil we'd seen in France, €1.19. Well under a pound per ...
... friends ( glad to know you are better, Simon), and passed through familiar locations. We had no snow, but we know how to fit snow chains. We have discovered more aspects of Monty's equipment and we have mixed it with the French. We always get huge compliments about Monty when we are on an aire with the French. They seem to appreciate the solid build which we needed for fulltiming. We are glad that we have extra electric cables, and we haven't ...
... French Alps.
We landed at Orly Airport in Paris on time. After claiming our two checked rucksacks, we boarded a shuttle train to a different terminal to pick up our rental car, which Ed had reserved before we left home. Our car is a cute little compact sized silver Opal Corsa. The trip to Liseaux took a little longer than we expected, mainly because we encountered slow traffic on the outskirts of Paris. I am sure this was due to many people getting off work at ...