Residence Le Belvedere
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... 8217;s good money and cannot be turned down as we have had a slightly less successful year than last year and all costs here in France have gone up considerably. Our adoptive country is having a bit of an economic melt down, which we hope ride out as the British economy continues to improve and our guest dynamics change. Our first summer saw a healthy side of the road B & B business with an even mixture of French, German and British. This year we have had ...
... of about 600m over 12km. Although the average was only about 5%, there were some steeper sections of 10% or more but not for long.
A quick load up of food and fluid at the top and then onto the next valley. Now we were over four hours into the ride and getting tired and we had about 35 - 40km of rolling terrain before the final climb. We picked up a couple of other guys and had a reasonable peloton to work together and help each other. But inevitably, some ...
... or dry. We did manage to find some Chanterelles and Trompettes
de Morte for the first time. It has also meant that at last the meadow has
been cut for hay with all the cats and Dodge dining out on a surfeit of rat
We caught Michel’s last few weeks in the valley on our
return and shared several meals and a trip to Spain before his departure back
to Bordeaux. The builders have started work on the old ...
... from England was the first. Stan didn’t look as though he should be riding a bike. I’m sure he wouldn’t mind if I say that - he would probably say so himself. His gut looked as though it belonged in the pub. But he was here and that is what matters. He was taking part and finishing each stage. That’s what counts.
Nearly ten o’clock. The countdown, five, four, three, two, one go! From then on it was every thirty seconds.
... glass of beer and - jarra - for a larger glass (though the j is Spanish is pronounced as a phlegmatic H rather than the usual English and softer j.) I asked for the jarra and quietly told his retreating form to "Hurry" in an equally phlegmatic way.
We later returned to the bustling venue for a late meal as is the custom in this country. The joint was buzzing but the only popping tonight was the extraction of cork from the many bottles of vino disappearing all around ...