Manoir de la Riviere
Travel Blogs from Louet sur Seulles
... swelling up and down nicely!
Find seats in a 'free' lounge and settle down to catch up on our sleep.
We'll soon be home, after almost 5000 miles.
Then it will be tackling a MH full of dirty washing, over 2 months post and the accounts to find out how much all this has ...
... was born here and we are on the municipal site Camping du Château. It has showers ...... Great big showers.....!
The site is located just below the castle and we have a marvellous view of what is one of the only Anglo-Norman castles in France. We were also pointed to an interesting way in which the chateau has been developed over the years. First there were arrow slits in the walls, these were adapted to allow for the use of canons and then ...
... thinks there is less work done my their version of councils, due to financial constraints since the GFC. It was very wet underfoot as well, so there were less opportunities for fast riding. But it was lovely still, catching up on Susan's family news, and talking about myself, which I don't get to do much, always the listener. Some lovely long trots on the verges of the quieter wider roads, and some canters as well. A funny little horse Comet, a round and bouncy ...
... provided a baguette, a raspberry tart and a drink of some orangey cordial stuff, and Jonathan was cleverer than I and spotted packets of ham, so we took these down to the edge of the bay and had our own fabulous picnic all alone on the grass with a view of Mont St Michel across the bay. Crickets hummed in the long grass, and ducks occasionally called from beyond in the mud flats somewhere. Warm, peaceful and just us. Magical.
I was desperate for ...
... I will post a photo of one for you to see. I popped into the cathedral gift shop prior to leaving and bought two of the prettiest rosaries I have seen. Now, I will just have to decide which color to keep for myself.....blue or purple. One of them goes to Debbie who has read many historical accounts that took place in Bayeux, as I have. From Bayeux we drove to the American Cemetery, above Omaha Beach in the lovely village of Colleville-sur-Mer. We spent ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed