Silence Le Relais des Etangs de Guibert
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Day 1 - ALEXAIN TO GACÉ
We set off after lunch today and went to Lerclerc in Mayenne for the first filling of our new GPL/LPG gas canister. That was a game and a half. We found that by pulling into the correct side for the pump the pipe wouldn't reach because our gas locker was on the other side of the van. This meant that we had to go through the Caisse and down the road to the roundabout to turn around so that we could pull into the next set of ...
... in an authentic Parisian restaurant followed by a beautiful evening cruise along the Seine River and a visit to Montmarte. Our final day featured a trip to the incredible Versailles Palace, home of Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. A lovely walk by Notre Dame Cathedral, and of course, some shopping for Peg. An amazing city! Now we're catching the very fast 300 km/ hour TGV train to Arras & the war memorials in northern France. Really looking forward to this. Bill & ...
... the gardens, we're going to drive 70 miles there then back on ourselves on exactly the same road before heading to the next site. Not the most efficient move we've ever made but we weighed it up and reckon it'll be worth it. Another lovely light evening, not as chilly as the previous couple. We watched Rain Man movie with vino, snacks and nibbles before last bed in Le ...
We went to Abbaye de L'Epau on the outskirts of Le Mans. Jon volunteered to read (snooze) with Prego in the van whilst I looked around. Although very pretty, it took only about 3 minutes to see the abbey. What took the time was the various photo exhibits. There was one on tribal people from Valley de Lomo, another on aeroplanes, one on ...
It is church day, so, Kathleen walks into town to do the church thing.
I forego my usual Sunday morning of wandering around a French town and finding a pleasant bar, in favour of packing up, ready to leave.
It has been excellent ...