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Thomas Carlyle in his book The French Revolution: A History describes a dramatic scene of "rain as of the days of Noah",
roads turned into mud wallows, little food available ...
... probably about 15 years (they didn't recognise us!). But we now have a few bottle of Esterlin Blanc de Blanc to compare to the Taittinger, and the Prosecco we're also carrying.
A further 3 hours or so on the road, and we were queuing for a delayed ferry back to ...
... size, most things were last year’s and I know that I shop best in the company of others.
However, we did find Wertheim! It sits on the confluence of the Tauber and Maine Rivers and at the time of our visit, the annual festival of music was in full swing. Another late night of German beer and dancing! Good fun, hopefully to be repeated next year. The parking area was across the river, so was reasonably quiet … the time the music actually stopped ...
... still had a 2 hr drive. We ended up having a picnic dinner in the Kangoo on the way and arrived in Mont-St-Eloi just before 8pm. Anyway when we got to the place it was awesome and it was a shame we were only there for one night. We just missed France vs *****ia but we found out the score was 2-0. We had to go to bed because it was getting quite late. Mum and dad had to do a big pack up of our gear as we are handing the car in tomorrow in Calais. By ...
... consisted of a mother and son originally from Missouri (small world!), a young couple from Australia, and a guy from Asia. We made an interesting group. Either way, we sat out away from the city and into the France countryside.
As far as the eye could see, the hills were covered with vineyards. Our tour guide stopped the van so we could hop out and view the grapes up close. ...