Hotel Restaurant Ricordeau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 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 ...
DAY EIGHT - SATURDAY Today we said goodbye to Cath and Mal (or Al, not sure which), they were continuing with their holiday. Mike tried to fix the solar panel but even with the new regulator it still wasn't charging the batteries. We left for home and just as we arrived Pete and Lorna turned up to check on the sheep as they had misbehaved themselves the day before, getting heads stuck in fences and jumping fences. Here endeth these ...
... 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 & ...
... have a huge impact on the way the government is ran.
2. For Maggie and I. We really want to connect more with the people here in Saint Hippo and build relationships, but for that we need to really work on our french. Just be praying for open doors with people in town and in the community, and for God to help us learn french faster!
3. For the students. Our students arrive on Friday, and the school begins the following Monday. Pray for open minds, ...