Premiere Classe Gueret
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We left the Tower and were hungry around 3pm, so we went to a nearby Italian place in he London business district and shared Pizza and Spaghetti. After our we felt refuleld, we rode the Tube down to Westminster and crossed London bridge to see ride the London Eye. The views were amazing from above, and we couldn't wait to see Westminster Abbey and Parliament as we looked at their majestic ...
... Maccas for a bio break.
Quick link with free wifi and a bio break and heading back to Lyon two hours away.
Oh dear traffic backed up. Our trusty Mrs TomTom tells us there is a 45 minute delay. She is so clever she can now tell us where to find fuel and if the traffic is snarled ahead. Well... i have been able to figure a few things out in a hit and miss sort of way.
Oh look the sign to Geneva we will be heading off there pretty soon.
Mistakes and muddles abounded - first we forgot the Stirling - then realised we didn't have the caravan keys. A quick hour round trip sorted this, and we caught the ferry with time to spare. We have learnt the gentle art of caravan towing - nothing above 60 - and just watch the world (and lorries) go by. Tried motorway for first day, bit expensive, so used D roads for next move. We went through a lot of small French ...
... are off down the road to look for somewhere for dinner. Found one of many little pizzareas and settled in. Had a pizza for a change and found out that the chilli oil, not olive oil, was very very hot. Maggie paid witha 200 Euro note and the dodgy waiter short changed her 50 euros. Got that sorted quick but no tip for them! Josh headed of back to Antibes for his last night before heading back to the UK. Mag and I wandered back to the hotel and I passed out after a long ...
... until Caira catapulted over the handlebars. She managed to get the front wheel completely jackknifed, at which point there was really little option but to catapult over the handlebars. At the time, we were idling in a stretch of the trail that is cut into the rock, so there were vertical rock faces going up on either side, with drainage channels cut down next to the rock face. She managed to land in one of these, but did not whack ...