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... happily chop his hands off. When we travelled down through France to get here, we stopped off at Briare and I bought a pretty sewn picture of a baregee smoking a pipe in the water museum there. That has gone. Also Stefan’s mum gave me a pretty hand made box, almost like the old-fashioned pencil boxes you used to get for school when I was a child. It hadn’t been taken, but in an effort to open it’s sliding lid the offender had broken a big chunk ...
... 18km with my top speed of 27km. Anyway we had a pitstop under a bridge before the final leg into Moissac. What was to be 30km was in fact 40km.
Arriving at the Hotel it started to rain again so Jacqui checked in while I stayed with the bikes. Le Pont Napoleon is a quaint 3 star Hotel and being 3 floors up and away from the road meant it was quiet. Off with wet gear and into some not so ironed clothes we walked into Town for Plat du Jour
We both ...
... is that I am in town and it's bucketing down again and my umbreller has already been donated to the wind gods while being soaked and frozen last week on the Garronne river.
... we must have looked the ideal posh guests ha ha.
Shown to room where showered and I crashed for a small sleep. Down to the pool and a swim followed by total relaxation and another sleep for me. Finally came right changed for dinner into our crinkly clothes and sat enjoying the 30deg plus heat with a large beer. We chose the Formule for dinner (budget) and it was very good, three course for 19 Euro.
Lights out Stuffed!!!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking