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Travel Blogs from St-Etienne-du-Rouvray
... good bye present form my Team ... A survival tool like Mac Guyver (or how ever you spell his name) no we will be prepared for everything ;-) We will post some pictures when we have it in use first time...to start fire...fight against aggressive Koalas (as you predicted Marta) ... or find the way with the compass ;-) So just another 4 days and we will start the adventure... Australia - we are ready Take ...
... cathedrals. A tasty lunch...didn't know what we were ordering, and at first glance they were steak and chips...but my oh my can they cook a bit of meat!! And the Macaroon...ahhhh the macaroons...little bits of heaven. Visited the sight of Joan of Arcs burning and a small market to buy some cheese.. The ride back tested our fitness (or just mine)...have to pump up those ...
Ding, dong the bells are going to chime, I know it is Christmas but I am not so sure we needed bell ringing practice right next to where we rested our heads in the motorhome. Perhaps if they were good campanologists things would have been more cheerful, but no, they were erratic and tuneless. Still, we like the place right on the banks of the Seine and in the fog, let us call it mist, it was a little bit Christmasy! The fog was so dense that we could not see any of ...
... meat, had the best dressed nobles, was the most violent and dirtiest city in England.
The Top Ten Places to Visit in 1335 London: Compare to 2014?
1). London Bridge
2). St. Paul's Cathedral
3). The Tower
4). London Wall
6). The Strand
7). Westminster Palace
8). Westminster Abbey
9). Tyburn - Now Marble Arch
... of the church in Rouen through all the seasons about 110 years ago.
We went back to the camper and had our evening meal of soup, baguette and sliced fried potatoes which were really tasty.
Terry, Anne and myself played UNO and after 3 hours I won, then terry and myself played picture charades which was good fun but we did not score on this just played for the fun of it.
We planned our route for Tuesday and went to bed, no wind tonight hurrah.