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... a jagged shell. Further on we found a Roman column - just one, almost in the middle of a farmer's paddock wth nothing else around and its plaque speculating why it was there.
On the way home, we drove through acres and acres of vineyards. This is the Champagne region, after all. We had visited the Beaune wine museum where we had been educated about the development of the wine industry.
Those drives on small roads usually meant pleasurable days that ...
... mom and dad for that, but I'm glad you still pick up the phone every
*******ned time I call.
And after that, I turned my music on really loud, listening to songs such as ''welcome to paradise''/''breakdown''/''drops of Jupiter'' and of course ''smack my ***** up''. After a stop in Chaumont, which is a beautiful city, I ate something, drank some energy drinks and I felt even better. I felt ...
... beside from the music of course. Why not me?
The hotel in St. Dizier was even a bit worse, because our waitress wasn't too nice. Honestly, she was a *****, no euphemism needed. I wonder when she is going to get fired, or else yelled at by a customer. Even my grandfather, one of the most sophisticated and polite person I know, said that if he knew the language well, he would make a remark.
Well, she's -luckily- out of my sight now. But -as I do ...
We set off and for the first time I will keep a blog.
Unfortunately we had little or no WiFi available in the areas we stayed so this now posted complete. Burgundy will follow.
I hope you enjoy in and it does not send you to sleep too ...
... of the route. It broke the peloton apart, riders went down, lost tires, and came out of it very dirty.
The finish line was located right next to the entrance to the Arenberg forest, which begins with one of the most legendary sections of pave. You can see how excited Steve was to actually see this section of “road” even though we weren’t able to ride on it. Maybe next time?
After our ride we ...