Author Topic: PBP 2019 ROUTE  (Read 5526 times)

simonp

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Re: PBP 2019 ROUTE
« Reply #100 on: February 20, 2019, 01:34:28 pm »
Hmm. Sub 70 is 17.5 overall.

Re: PBP 2019 ROUTE
« Reply #101 on: February 20, 2019, 01:59:43 pm »
Hmm. Sub 70 is 17.5 overall.

Hmmm.   71h56m last time.

Re: PBP 2019 ROUTE
« Reply #102 on: February 26, 2019, 10:29:45 pm »
Thank you for this =) I see "Accueil" translates to "Home", but what does that mean?  Somewhere to sleep?

Google Translate gives a single translation of "accueil" as "home", which shows the danger of trusting a simple translation like that.

Accueil also means "reception" or "hospitality". I wouldn't rely on there being dedicated dorms like some of the other controls, but there might be places where you can lie down and sleep (if you can sleep with noise going on around you). Mostly it'll just be some food/water/toilets.
"Yes please" said Squirrel "biscuits are our favourite things."

Re: PBP 2019 ROUTE
« Reply #103 on: February 26, 2019, 10:41:06 pm »
Accueillir is the verb 'to welcome'. So Accueil is literally a welcome point. So it's use in this context is to indicate hospitality, without being a formal control point.

You don't have to stop, but you're welcome to. It's also used at Semaine Federale, for feeding and entertainment stops.