Chateau le Corvier
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... 8km we reached a main road hmmmm let's look at the map, yup we'd missed a turn and were on the 40km route instead of the 18km one! Back tracking a km down the road and we were back on the right route, phew. Had an Ardeche, flash back at one point, minus the water, cycling down a steepish, gravelly hill, with little or no control over where the bike went!! Continued on until we got to Cheverny where we sat and had lunch in a lovely picnic ...
... and Andy took over the driving. Arrived Camping Les Saules around 2.15pm, without losing Alekzander at the next toll booth or arguing with Snoops. Set up and had a wander round, lovely clean site with lots of shade and nice sized pitches and no stupid hedges or sand! Decided to go for a wander in Cheverny, followed the cycle route but decided to take the quick route up the main road, hmmm not the best plan but we arrived without being squished. Not a lot in the village apart from ...
... such a lovely few weeks together. I had an aborted attempt to sort out the broken sat nav and radio with Europcar (numerous calls had given no joy so we had thought in person might be easier, but no) and picked up the boys from Fontainebleau again. At this point my phone (with off line navigation) was running low on battery and so we managed ...
... during the course of the tour and I managed to score one for guessing the answers to Adam's riddles -
What word in the English language has three consecutive double letters in it?
The second one was easier: The more you have of it the less you can see! What is it?
What has a head, a tail and a brown body?
See how quickly you can work them out and let me know the answers.
... never seen a nuclear power plant except in pictures and this one was exactly like the pictures with huge smoke stacks bellowing steam. Before we came to France I was hoping we’d pass one of these sooner or later since most of the electricity in France is generated via Nuclear. These plants aren’t the easiest to hide and we’d finally seen one - even if it is from a few kilometers away and on the outside. After briefly contemplating the odds of ...