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... we were welcome to use the first class lounges which we had to bluff our way into in Germany.
See you in St Malo!
PS THe mirror cup shown in the photos is a 4 m high reflective cup with soccer goalposts placed at 45 degrees off centre each side but when viewed from centre front the posts are square in the reflection- compris? If you don't , no matter, I thought it was intriguing anyway!!!
Prior to going to Nantes I had asked the Quentels if we could have some langoustines - my favourite of all shellfish. Something they gave me years ago and I've been fond of ever since.
Quick shell fish lesson:
A langoustine is not a crayfish, which is fresh water, but rather...Nephrops norvegicus, known variously as the Norway lobster, Dublin Bay ...
... or in our terms maintained by the County Council.
Needless to say, even the boneheads at Garmin can't differentiate the standard of one D road to another, neither can I. It could be brilliant or a complete patchwork quilt, it's a lottery.
The day was dull and overcast but dry.
Me and Will set off, bright and early, about 12.30pm, grabbed an N road out of Nantes and then hit the D roads.
Absolutely brilliant but we had some mileage to do.....
We stopped at this little village called Ambon for half an hour's break and then continued our journey through some lovely villages and countryside.
The only thing of note really was a feisty dog and a suicidal pigeon.
We were bimbling down this road doing about 60mph taking in the scenery and sunshine. I was behind this Merc estate doing likewise when ...
... problem in the electrical circuit, I figured that I could ride on the map as well. This is not without danger though. As I was riding in these tiny, winding roads along the Brittanie coastline, I often needed to check the map on top of my tank to head in the right direction. All of a sudden I was in this really nasty turn which I realised too late to take it properly. ...