idunnolog (idunnolog) wrote,

Day Fifty Eight - You Name We Had It

Bit like being in Scotland. No it wasn't the kilts or the haggis, or even the bagpipes howling in the distance. It was the rapidly changing weather. First rain, then wind, then hail, gales, more rain. It was the classic wait 10 minutes and it will change. Having decided to use the N roads instead of Autoroutes we enjoyed seeing a bit more of rural France. It does take longer to get anywhere but is probably worth it.

The IBIS in Albert was easy to find and had a very good restaurant. The staff have excellent English but I still tried my French out and they were very patient with me. The weather picked up after we arrived with a sunny end to the day.

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