Univea Appart-Hôtel Saint Nazaire
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Another day in the saddle - following south westerly wind, small quiet country lanes, coffee stop in the sun at Mauran next to two English women, lunch next to a lake, pastis and beer in Evran and then onto a camping d'Aire for motor home. Toilet and sink made the 'rough camp' less rough. Tomorrow it's onto the coast and St Malo. Bon ...
... over there run by English people. So, unexpectedly, we are are pitched up on a campsite, have had showers and are just about to eat evening meal after wine and nibbles (see photo). 46 miles done, with a forecast of good weather for the weekend we are looking forward to arriving in St Malo in the sun. Meanwhile Bon appetite, Bon soir, et Bon chance pour Le ...
... Redon we were offered the use of the lawn beside the bar. So we had our earliest stop pitching tents and draping flysheets to dry over a fence to dry before the rain. With tents pitched we went for a walk in the neighbourhood and got back before the rain. We maintained bikes cleaning and oiling the 4 chains and repairing puncture on P&Ps tandem. Now back in the bar for our first evening meal out. Bon appetite et Bon ...
... raisin we discussed route and distances. Pam suggested crossing the Saint Nazaire bridge an enormous structure about 5k long with a very narrow lined area for bikes. Very tense but it has taken about 70 miles off the route via Nantes. A very late lunch in an covered alleyway in a small town gave the very unexpected opportunity to blow dry the flysheets. Great now we could set off north towards ...
... is a good campsite but out of season everything looks sad and lonely. And we had some fun watching a van from Guernsey ( complete with bull bars front and back!) trying to get a signal on his satellite dish. It went whizzing round, up and down and never locked on. Had he moved his van a couple of feet, he probably would have got line of sight away from the ...