Ibis Nantes Centre Tour Bretagne
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We managed to get some French TV and the forecast for the next 2 days was for full suns and temps of 16 deg. This meant we should have a good journey through the mountains
We went to bed with hot water bottles and PJ's and hoped that our water pipes didn't ...
... high passes. There are so many passes signposted around here I am only just nibbling around the edges.
The challenging pass has a glorious smooth ride up and down again but at the summit the road deteriorates badly and runs over a series of deep water gullies, though they are dry at this time of year. Definitely rip the sump off quite a few low-sling sports cars though.
... as I need to when we have to part ways at the end of our trip. It kind of makes the separation a little more bearable. When Amy and Jono got home around 8pm, they brought with them the best Japanese takeout if ever tasted. So much sushi and sashimi, I almost feel sick from over eating! We spent the night watching their favourite TV series before getting an early night- ready for our road trip to start tomorrow. Our first stop is Saint Tropez! Bring it on! ...
... for about 10minutes. Once the game ended we found our way to the players dinner room where we waited for the boys to finish. We had a wine and met the team before heading home for Jono to rest his tired body. It's so incredibly physical! Today was a good day, nice and busy- the way I like it. I'm off to bed now in preparation for our last day in Grenoble tomorrow. I think we will go to the markets and venture out towards the mountains. Who ...
... slept last night, I went straight to bed! Being here makes me want to learn another language. It's so cool to be amongst all the culture and new ways of doing things here. The French are extremely laid back yet very helpful too. It was nice to meet some of the people that will be a part of Amy and Jono's lives over here, at least I'll be able to put a few faces to names when she talks about them and what they've been up ...