St Nicolas de Bliquetuit, 10th July 2010

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The Following entry was written by Adonis

Today we woke up early at Carrefour in Citi Europe and did our shopping.  There was a small portion of ground to walk Bramble.  We managed to leave at 9.40 am and arrived at St Nicolas de Bliquetuit at 12.40 pm, just off the D982, about 40km east of  Le Havre or 25 northwest of Rouen. The journey was straightforward, although the motorways cost about 15 euros.  The Aire is lovely and is on the banks of the Seine.  Bramble went swimming and there are good places for walks.  Spag Bog tonight, then a morning’s drive to Fresnay-sur-Sarthe: it’s a municipal campsite, so we hope it’s not too busy.  Van is going fine and Floppo is radiant as ever.  A very good first day.

view from St Nicolas de Bliquetuit aire

Today we have used our shower for the first time, as it’s been a really hot and humid day, and we’re happy to report it works wonderfully well.  It was a very welcome cold shower to get rid of sweat and dust and I think we’ll be using it more frequently in future.

This is another beautiful and well maintained aire, right on the River Seine again, with magnificent views over the village,  and we could stay here for up to 48 hours if we wanted to, but not this time, as we’re making our way slowly down to Bordeaux to put Pepo on train to Beziers.  There’s a very welcome breeze now to cool us all down!  Adonisito’s taken his shirt off and is looking as super-cachondisimo as ever!

view from St Nicolas de Bliquetuit aire.

About fatimasaysell

Travelling is my passion. Ever since I was a young girl I've been wanting to see the world. I studied languages to make this dream possible and I love meeting people from different cultures and countries. Having a motorhome since 2010 has made this possible and I hope I'll be able to retire travelling in one.

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