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... the train station was and another passenger offered advice in English. He was also catching the train I was. I asked him if there were luggage lockers at the station and he wasn't sure but walked with me to the station while I asked. On the way to the station we chatted and he owned a cycling tour transport company in England which did drop off and pick ups - no tour leading. He then asked if I would like to join him for a bite ...
... unusual. The French are connoisseurs with many foods and wine but not the coffee we were accustomed with. I looked out the window this afternoon and walking through the car park was a man (a Billy Connelly look alike) with a crow sitting on his forearm! The evening was spent with Sue and Peter - and was very entertaining. Peter reminds me so much of Ted Forsyth and has such a wonderful dry wit. We dines next door at the restaurant owned by the hotel ...
... the start of our ride, some other cyclists at the hotel were also preparing their bikes and started chatting. They were from Canberra and were doing their own self guided trip on bikes they had brought over with them and carrying all their luggage. Amazing. This morning there were 6 of us riding and Dona was keen for some hills to warm up was even excited to be back in the saddle again. This enthusiasm was short lived though! As with all ...
... of rose or cider and then icecream. Icecream and sorbet is certainly becoming a favourite for the team - morning or afternoon tea and as a dessert option with lunch or dinner. The flavour options are amazing. Icecream is also sold at all the tourist places - so it is hard to resist. On our return journey to Chinon we stopped off and examined some Chinon grapes. Each row had a rose planted at the start - as in ...
... visit of the chateaux and a wander around the kitchen garden we indulged in an icecream for morning tea. This was also our first lost property incident - Clive's wallet. A quick scout around located his wallet under the cream fridge - very very lucky. We then headed into the village area to purchase supplies for a picnic lunch. Pate, rillette, cheese and baguettes - what more could we need?! We cycled to our lunch spot on the edge of the Indre ...