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Praise be to Les Routiers

2rd April 1983, Page 20
2rd April 1983
Page 20
Page 20, 2rd April 1983 — Praise be to Les Routiers
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I HAVE just read the article (CM March 12) by Simon Greenly about Les Routiers. Last November I was touring France by car with my father, aunt and son, who was then 15 months' old, and we stopped at two Les Routiers eating places. Not only was the food good value for money (£2-£3 per head for a filling, three-course meal) hot and well presented, but the waiters and waitresses were tidy, pleasant and made all of u welcome including my son, which is something very rare o licensed premises in this country.

It's a shame that there aren't places over here that cater for families and lorry drivers in thi! way, when you want somethin, a bit more than chips in a café and you can't afford the prices hotels or restaurants for the same sort of meal you would g in France.

As this was a semi-business trip with pleasure, and we are thinking of doing a coach tour the Loire Valley, I was wondering if you could tell me where I can get a Relais Routiel guide because the Les Routiers eating places are certainly to bi recommended and ideal for passengers on a coach tour. OLWEN JONES Kestrel Coaches (Cerbydau Habog) Llandudno • The Guide des Relais Routiet can be ordered from bookshop the AA or Routiers (British Isles and Commonwealth) Ltd, 354 Fulham Road, London SW10 90H. However, as Simon Greenly will point out in a futui article, membership of the CFDC, with the same advantages, is open not only U lorry drivers, but also to coach drivers. — Editor.


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