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... probably slows us down a little bit. We rode in to Blois about 1.30, spied an Ibis hotel almost immediately, and booked in for the night. It has reinforced for us, that price is no indication of quality, as our room is probably 10 times better than last night, yet cheaper. Last night it was like trying to dry ourselves with a large cotton tea towel, tonight we've got real towels. The toilet at last nights hotel was electric, never seen that before. Once again we ...
... they were pretty obliging. As were a couple of Maccas employees, who let us use the wifi, then found one of their colleagues who spoke English. Anyway to cut to the chase, we arrived with 5 mins to departure time, however the lift was out of order, and as our train was leaving from the second storey concourse, we took the escalators. Not a great idea with fully loaded panniers. Of course I couldn't quite hold mine, and other than a young man coming to my rescue, I would have ...
This morning was grey, wet, and the long drive took it's toll on our enthusiasm for Chateau D'Oiron near Loudun. This chateau is quite austere and shows little warmth and sign of having been lived in. The main point is that it has a display of quirky modern art installations. The basic theme is that some of the old ...
Our guests walked 8 kms before breakfast and we spent some time notionally spending the prize from the lottery drawn last night. After checking our tickets at Juan's coffee shop we put together a picnic and spent the day beside the Vienne river and at Chateau Rivau to keep within our original budgets. Rivau, being a Chateau of the Beauvau family who were supporters of the counts of Anjou, was fortified in 1445 and 'Royal stables' were built soon after. Jean of Arc ...
... then markets..food shopping and dinner. Hmm that was an adventure. Firstly a big chunk of town was closed due to a big fire happening before our eyes. I disobeyed my own rules and went to check out why the police were everywhere - but it was quickly obvious it was a serious fire with smoke billowing from an apartment block and we left the area
A champagne stop and then on to somewhere Marvin had found on the web. ...