Un Toit Pour Toi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Half a bottle of cough mixture consumed and I managed to sleep a bit better. Not cough free but at least I didn't abandon the tent. We are a bit indecisive where to go today, so started researching and now have found out that DFDS have suspended Calais to Dover sailings and we will have to go Dunkirk to Dover. Are the roads to Dunkirk going to be congested ? Shall we stay nearer Dunkirk? Toll roads or non toll roads? We kept changing our mind but set off and had to get round the ...
... breakfast a short run and packed up the little tent. We headed northwards to the Loire region , another scorching hot day. The temperatures creeps up and peaks about 5 pm when we arrived at a campsite at Gien alongside the Loire. An enormous sandy beach adjoins the campsite and although we would love a swim, the warm shallow river water is growing lots of algae so a swim is probably not a good idea. Our allocated pitch was in full sun and unbearably hot ...
... get to the correct platform. A nice old man in the station noticed our panicky state and directed us to where to catch the train. When we arrived in the stated location, it was the Metro train station, not the regional train station. We spoke to another information booth and was directed to the proper location. Running all the way to the platform and on to the train with 1 minute to spare prior to departure. Lesson learned do not take any advice ...
We made our way across the country in about 4 hours. The journey was pleasant enough but I was glad to get off the Autoroute as we headed into Orleans. We see refreshingly less and less English vehicles on the road as we leave the Dordogne area and it starts to feel a bit more French. On the approach to Orleans it feels a bit American townesque as the highway is littered with cuboid out of town shops interspersed with the odd Buffalo Bill steak ...
... the English from the valley back in the day. She was only seventeen years old.
After taking our fill of sacrament and architecture (and having a lovely conversation with a nice Dutch couple who were walking a dog THE SIZE OF A SMALL HORSE) we pack ourselves into the car and take the highway south to Limoges. The landscape this far north is mostly farmland, but that quickly ...