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Early wake up and departure for Bordeaux . Passed the town of Tulsa where the space station for Europe is. Saw the rocket ship aurion 5. This is also where the Airbus planes are made. We then drove a bit longer to carcassone. Which is a medieval township which has been ...
... dealer, several Pilotes. Went through the French we needed and went in. After trying to explain and showing photos he said in reasonable English he was not a Pilote dealer, they were a mile down the road! So we confidently drove into the next dealer thinking we knew what to say with a splattering of French only to find they spoke no English what so ever!!!!! At least we had the photos which we thought would help. Oh no! The ...
... And now, here we are celebrating Amr's birthday out the back, with a covered area and bar, looking over the vines and with good wifi!!!! The younger woman took us here and has answered some of my agricultural questions. I was going to send a photo of a crop that has been bothering us. It looked like bean plants, but when we examined the pods they were pea-like. I checked chickpeas and the leaves were wrong. There ...
... a look round. This is a living town, not just a picture showpiece, though of course there are the narrow streets, and again a gigantic cathedral and cloisters. I think I remember reading that many of the cathedrals in this region were built during the Avignon papacy, when they were near the centre of the church and its largesse! So now it's down time and kindle time till dinner, having explored, and ...
... he resorted to a hammer, crowbar and pipe tongs. Apart from making a few dents along the top, they had no effect. By this time my locksmith conslutant (note this IS spelled correctly) said the only answer was to cut into it with an angle grinder. The hot-headed Frenchman, with by now very colourful language, said that he would meet us at another town further along the river in a few days with one, so we could break into the safe.