No beer today, but panaché
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After breakfast we hook up the caravan and leave for Fécamp on the coast near
I program Eva to take the fastest road, without toll, but she keeps trying to take the toll road. (Yes I need a new map, but no, they are not made for Tom Tom 6, you need to upgrade to one of their newer models):
Anyway, after some time following signs to ‘
So after a while driving on local roads (there were no toll roads to take if you had wanted to) Eva brought us to a river and said: ”after
We lined up at 14:15h, and look at he picture: we were lucky (this is so in contradiction with my firm believe that there is no coincidence!) to cross, and for free too.
So we ended up on this Camping municipal de Reneville in Fécamp, thanks to Eva:)
The receptionist (in French): “Ah, you are Dutch, you know where everything is, you want to be up high, near the sanitary building, hein?!” Yes we did, so now we are on a high place, overlooking the bay and rocks. We have a stunning view, and we have the (pebble stone) beach within a 10 minutes walking distance (the way back up takes some more time:)
We have received a ‘carte d’hôte
And now a beer? No, no beer! A Panaché (lemonade with beer, packed and sold in the same boxes like they sell beer in, to fool tourists:) no problem, if only I can have my yoghurt.