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Another far more relaxing day to carry on recovering from the beginning of the Tour. Our hosts had very kindly given us the run of the kitchen this morning so we had another great breakfast then headed off towards Nantes. We were slightly apprehensive about cycling to a big city but the roads weren't too busy and we made good progress. The one problem we did come across though was a very distinct lack of food between 2 and 3 pm. The ...
Today was our first day riding in France and for many the longest day on the saddle ever! We covered 95 miles from St Malo to La Roulais, near chateaubriant and once again the peloton was a true success. Supported amazingly by Adam and Matt in the wagon. Jambon et Camembert at the rest stops in fresh baguettes! Perfect! Many adjustments were made to get the best from our cube bikes. As we approached la Roulais the roads became pretty rough and fatigue was setting ...
... how they do it, I was starving by 6!
This is why I've started carrying a snack bag around with me because I can't keep up with their crazy eating schedule!
Today was my last day in Nantes, tomorrow we're leaving for a city called Blois, it's halfway between Nantes and Paris and it's supposedly a smaller medieval town!
It's about 1 o'clock here so I'm headed to bed!
A Bientôt :)
... 3, 4!
Now this is the story all about how
Our lives got flipped, turned upside down
And I'd like to take a minute just sit right there
I'll tell you how how we became a free nation
In west Philadelphia it was written and signed
in D.C is where it spends most of its time
Chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool
and kickin some British butt cause they have no rule
When a couple ...
... a good girl and finishing writing my blog entry all about today (which I'm actually almost done with), which I'm sure I'll have stress dreams about finishing, I'm going to sleep!
There's a 9 hour time difference between France and Arizona so I should have the full first day blog up by the time everyone wakes up tomorrow morning!
Au revoir :)