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Day 4 - VILLERS SUR MER TO ALEXAIN
Woke up this morning forgetting that we'd moved to the other side of the road and wondered why people were walking down the middle of the road then realised that they were on the pavement.
What I thought was good yesterday when I saw it was a big wheely bin. Why you may ask? Well, obviously the local authority realised that as there were so many vans parked up here there would be a need for rubbish disposal and so had provided a bin.
We put in a coffee stop on the D562 at a place called St Remy. Nothing spectacular there but that was a welcome change after yesterday.
The rain had just stopped and things started to brighten up.
The riding was totally different now the roads had started to dry.
Now to get to Le Havre you have to cross the River Seine at some point. ...
We were to set off for Rennes today and then make our way to Villers-sur-Mer tomorrow. Instead I stayed at home and Mike went to Rennes himself. He spent the night in the camping car locked in the car park of ADS Loisir. We were to have a Gaslow tank fitted on the Friday morning.
I stayed home because our big Ginger cat had gone missing and was hoping she would return but she ...
... taking us through Flers and Thury-Harcourt and other lovely towns.
Although the roads were wet, the scenery and road standards were good.
Although it's easy creating a tailor made route, it's a bit like doing a 'join the dots' puzzle and in between the dots the programme just fills in the gaps - and that could be anything. It's a bit difficult to get everything bang on over a route covering 100+ ...
... to disembark passengers, even tho the bus continues, empty, to the other side to turn around. This would not matter- walking would give a better view of the stunning approach to the island. But the weather was HORRIBLE! The worst any of us had ever experienced: chilly temps and a driving rain made to feel like needles by a gale-force wind that must have been 60mph. It was coming from about 10 o'clock, hitting us in the face and making it hard to walk. If it ...