Hotel Le France
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... the further south we sailed, so to have a cheap night is always a bonus.
After we had caught up on clothes washing and other chores as you do when living on board.... We got our bikes off Sega and went to explore, we ended up at a little port called Lesconil. A very pretty little village and quite busy considering the size of it.
In the evening we found a very friendly bar with free wifi so we could catch on emails whilst enjoying our first French beer ...
... what can I say......it's huge ! The largest Chateau in the Loire Valley and the most recognised Chateau in the World, built in the 15th century as a Hunting Lodge for King Francis 1 of France. We only had time to visit the inside of one section, but managed to take in the views from all the balconies, admired all the steeples and lush pastures around. There seems to be always one section of any castle we visit wrapped in scaffold, sure ...
... and another big night last night.
Today we were heading up into the hills for a picnic ! We all bought a bottle of wine the night before to take up with us. After breakfast we were already to go, we went up in groups of about 7. In our group there was Matilda, Stacey, Amy, Bec, Emily, Matt and James. We were given a map which was suppose to get us to the 'top of the world', Matt and I were banned from map ...
... do what you like. Happy to be past it as it was mostly industrial canals and shopping cart graves( tons of them thrown into the canal). We may be in couvort. Not sure really. Still havnt managed to get the navionics to load more than 5 km of canal each time i get onto some wifi. in my opinion, navionics is rubbish on the ipad. dee is emailing us some info later so we have some clue where the hell we are ...
... lunch. Here they work between 32-35hour week, retire around 60 and then receive a state pension at the rate of 75% of their wage for the rest of their life!! Sounds great... :-) I've been to visit lots of little villages, camped at Le Brene (lakes), had fun at Futuroscope (an eco amusement park!!) and volunteered with my parents at a bike race (no not the tour de france) that the local villages support. It was three long days ...