special was the carefully planned route which takes mainly D roads and zigzags across country, thus travelling on roads that the 2CV was originally designed for. Our tour took in such places as Chorges, Nantua, Beaune, Sancerre, Chartres and ending, as previously mentioned, in Deauville. Along the way, we sampled some excellent meals accompanied by some equally excellent wines which, along with the company of our fellow travellers, all helped to make for a most memorable trip.
We can only say that if you are a Francophile and love motoring there is no finer way of seeing France. Our Citroën 2CV ‘Delphi’ did not put a foot wrong and it really was fun to drive over such a challenging route. It was certainly an experience we will never forget.
We enclose a photograph of ‘Delphi’ and ‘Daffy’, which we thought you may like.
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