Sunday 22/04/18 – 29/04/18 Stopped off in Vendome for our lunch break Then travelled on to the small village of Saint-Denis-les-Ponts, lovely little parking spot, Baby made a new friend on our walk. Monday 23/04/18 Back to Gravelines where we stayed last year as it’s the tunnel tomorrow Then Tuesday morning we go for a… Continue reading Heading back to the U.K.
Sunday 15/04/18 – Saturday 21/04/17 Our tea and biccy stop in the little village of Mansle Then onto Chateau Larcher lovely little site €5.50 per night with electric, had a wander into town And in the morning a small 4km run, and the war of the planks not to brag no hold… Continue reading Chateau Larcher -Sainte-Maure de Touraine
Wednesday 11/04/18 – Friday 13/04/18 Another long, windy, wet road, we decide it’s campsite time for us and book into the Creme Erromardie Campsite, right by the sea, in St Jean-de-Luz lovely city but today is not the day to explore the wind is blowing a hooley and it’s freezing. So we settle on a swim… Continue reading St Jean-de-Luz – Lanton
Sunday 09/04/18 – Tuesday 11/04/18 head off into the mountain, and the Camino Santiago de Campostella. our lunch stop At 5 and a half thousand feet up we hit the real cold and snow. See people with skis, so we stop for a quick snowball fight And a snow rest then head off to the… Continue reading Posada de Valdeon – Bermeo
28/01/18 – Bellcaire d’emporda – Sant Feliu de Guixols Left the chateaux bright and early 7.00a.m. !!!! Mist on the ground, sun in the sky. As it’s the last day in France, we do a cake reccy, and yes at this ungodly hour we find an open boulongerie and not only open but full of… Continue reading Hello Spain, let’s spend some time together
25/01/18 – Calais to Arras Booked on the tunnel for 9.50a.m we are on our way !!! yey Arrive an hour closer to lunch ….bonus for a hungry Horrace like me !!! Ummm we are in France what shall we buy ??? Yes cakes so we arrive in Arras and go in search, find a… Continue reading Day 1 in France, Arras
Monday – Tuesday 01/5/2017 – 02/5/2017 Monday and its our last day in France, we are in Gravelines, the name is derived from the Dutch Gravenenga meaning Counts Canal. we decide to go out for our last meal before we head off back to the U.K. tomorrow, only to find that its a bank holiday,… Continue reading Back to Blighty