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Thread: Maison Laudeire - Normandy

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    Hi Paul, Jean. Sorry I'm not going to see you both, Carole said you arrived safely, amazing considering the weather, hope you enjoy your stop over.

    Steve be great to see you both, hope the lads are both doing well. I know June is pretty busy so if Karen can let us know some dates we can let you know if ok. Hope to see you soonish.

    All the best.

    Nige and Carole
    www.maisonlaudiere.com

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    Thanks for another great stay and for drying our wet motorbike clothing, THREE times!!!!

    Next time, please can you book some better weather for us!!


    Gary
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    Great place
    I need a return visit
    Cheers

    Steve and Suzi

    Retired from Riding but making a come back on a triumph sprint st


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    Hi Gary

    Great to see you again. Yes was a little damp that dehumidifier was working vertime!!

    Still the last couple of days were perfect for riding those roads towards Mont St Michel!!

    Steve

    Would be great to see you and Suzi again, not seen you for ages since you escaped the Midlands

    All the best

    Nige and Carole
    www.maisonlaudiere.com

    B&B in Orne (61), Lower Normandy, France


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    Wow

    What can I say ... it’s all been said before... but I will anyway..

    Nice people, nice food, nice place , nice conversation.....

    I turned up alone yesterday soaked through.... welcomed as soon they heard my bike, took all my gear and sorted drying it and thrust mug of tea at me

    Can’t recommend this place highly enough... and it’s 2 cheap ... need to put your prices up lol .

    Hope to see you both again soon

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    Thanks Andy

    Was great to meet you and gas about cars and bikes etc!!

    Hope you had a dryish ride south and those tyres were ok in the damp

    Be good to see you and your other half as and when you are back this way.

    All the best.

    Nige and Carole
    www.maisonlaudiere.com

    B&B in Orne (61), Lower Normandy, France


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