Travel Blogs from Chateaubernard
... approached this lovely stopover we noticed many gendarmes at key points re-directing traffic and in the distance could still see the A10 blocked, so after about 120km the road was still impassable. Quelle strike action! Mortagne is fine, surprisingly dry, cool but with brilliant sunshine and an amazing sunrise. En route we found and purchased some delightful Beajolais Nouveau (2013) and are now settled at rest for Sunday with walks, sunshine, wine and lunch ...
... the crash position in roundabouts when the traffic was heading straight for her. A short detour and we stopped in the forest surrounding the chateau and had a big baguette each, found the parking area, What a lovely place like being in a fairy tail castle, see photo. Such a peaceful place, and we went up on the ramparts high up again, what a view. Poor Tim he's having trouble with the older generation little old ladies, he upset one in Paris, had ...
Brittany Ferries huge boat, Normandie took us from Portsmouth to Caen, calmly and quietly with a very surprising excellent dinner of duck ravioli in a lettuce soup and scallops 4 ways followed by a rack of lamb and cod with a sauce..... Not sure quite what. We arrived at about 9.30pm and set off having decided to stay the night in the Aire at Villiers-Bocage about 20 miles from Caen. Arrived to jostle with another camper van and although the main places ...
... followed Kate’s directions (Kate is our GPS lady),..and found our way to Castillon la Bataille. We called Greg and Kerri ‘on approach’ and were told that there was no way the motorhome would fit into their street, ‘Rue 11 November 1918’ (and they were right!),.. so we had to park in the local supermarket carpark (about 300 metres from their place). It all came together, and they came to get us from the carpark. Coll and I had ...
... eat dinner on. I repaid them by playing a sentence of gratefulness from our translate app, which they found hilarious. They spoke back to it laughing, to which I replied “Me Australian”. Mission Accomplished.
It was lucky we had had our little humble sign language interaction, as it made up for the disappointment I felt earlier in the day. I had searched for a town in the guide book starting with L, which was apparently the home of cheese and cider. Cheese being ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking