Route to Spain

Old Jun 17th 2007, 9:30 pm
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Originally Posted by glad 2 b back
we drove from Spain and crossed the border to France, that was our French time. In total we left at 4.00pm tues Cartama, crossed the border at 2.30pm wed, arrived in Dunkerque at 7.30 am thurs. We had a big Iveco filled to the brim, two dogs, a child and stopped for 5 hours, got lost 3 times, once in Madrid, once in Paris and once in some small little French village while looking for a cashpoint.

All in all quite a hectic journey sorry if it wasn't fast enough Perhaps in a nippy car we could have done it faster
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I was lost in france, in love, ooh la ooh la ooh la la
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Old Jun 18th 2007, 12:24 am
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Stay on the periferique till you get to you junction number, Lol
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Old Jun 18th 2007, 4:15 am
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Absolutely...if you're going to get lost, Madrid is much more fun.
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Old Jun 18th 2007, 5:22 am
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Originally Posted by ironporer
Absolutely...if you're going to get lost, Madrid is much more fun.
Bordeaux is interesting, especially if you arrive there at 5pm without a hotel room booked Getting lost in Bordeaux is a real gas!!!!

Whats the most interesting town you've been lost in
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We do Valencia to Dunkerque all on non toll roads - but not via Barcelona - as it's not on a direct route.

Valencia, Sagunto, Teruel, Pamplona, Biarritz, Bordeaux, Poitiers, Tours, Chartres, Rouen, Abbeville, Dunkerque.
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Old Jun 18th 2007, 5:33 am
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Bordeaux is interesting, especially if you arrive there at 5pm without a hotel room booked Getting lost in Bordeaux is a real gas!!!!

Whats the most interesting town you've been lost in

Years ago while I was stationed in Germany (Ramstein Air Base) we drove to Amsterdam. At the time I was reading the book "A Bridge Too Far", about Operation Market Garden.
Coming back we got lost and found myself smack in the middle of the battlefield- Arnheim/Nijmegan....looking at buildings that you could see had been re-built from the battle (different color/tone of brick or rock). It was all rather erie.
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