Résidence Les Greens De Bénodet
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... ish to Fougeres. We said our 'au revoirs’, took the statutory photos on the steps of their house and set off.
Then it started to rain – *******. It was light drizzle all the way, gradually the road got wetter and wetter but things were going OK until Will needed to fuel up.
His tank has the same capacity as a baked bean tin, about 140 miles, whereas the one on my panzer tank ...
... bridges was absolutely brilliant, pleasure to be alive.
The only downside was skirting round the towns, The French love to stick a roundabout at every ****'s end they can think of and the real downer was the drone from the sat nav every 200 yards,"At the roundabout take the 2nd exit (always the 2nd exit), Rue de Charles De Gaulle"
Every sodding road was named ...
... puts on a brave face. I haven't seen him for 30 odd years but after a couple of reminders he twigged who I was.It was really quite remarkable that he and his wife, Gilberte, (yes bizarre I know) made us so welcome, he even thought Will was a 'beautiful boy' - the only English he knows apart from 'rubbish'. Two Ricards later and we're back to Annie's for tea, and more ...
... n Will neck a few glasses of that. We learn that South Africa have beaten Wales and New Zealand have just hammered France and me n Will are half-hammered and the world is good.
We tip out at midnight. Annie takes the drunken foreigners back to the hotel and she gets breathalysed on the way. Fortunately she hasn't touched a drop but she says it's the first time she's ever been bagged. Good job I wasn't driving. Can you get Wi-Fi in a police cell?
Satnav cockups: ...
... Concorde and the story of how the sound barrier was eventually broken. It was interesting but you really had to be keen on flying to enjoy it properly, so Lance was in his element.
After that we listened to a talk by Sue Holderness, who played Marlene in Only Fools and Horses, and she was very funny and it was great to see excerpts from her various television appearances on a big screen. She had a very attentive audience who laughed ...