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... held and besieged by everyone from Charlemagne—who failed to take it—to Edward the Black Prince of England, who came here after his great victory at Poitier in 1356 abd is buried in Canterbury Cathedral with all his regalia, by the way. Along the way it has been part of Gascony, part of Aquitaine, been held by Romans, Franks, Muslims, the Angevin Empire, the English, local lords, and France. And it never really was a terribly important place.
... as the weekend was buggered anyway! So I've got the giggles a bit, and I'm also holding two fresh bread rolls which aren't helping but are screaming out to be used as a prop. Anyway, the lady was very helpful and directed me to the ladies underwear section. Shortly thereafter, I found the items I was looking for, cunningly disguised in beautiful coloured packaging with altogether far too much information on the outside. Even for me! Curiously, they ...
... if you wanted. There were so many religious shops selling everything religious you can think of right next to each other. There would have had to be about 100 of them in Lourdes. We also saw so many priests and nuns in full outfits strolling around. Prayers, masses, rosary and confession go all day every day. You can buy candles that are 2m high to put at the alters. Back on the train to Paris and our ...
... I was hungry for cereal). So I went in search of a supermarket - sometimes you have to set yourself a mission or you can just keep walking and don't know when/where to stop and turn back. I quickly discovered that I was in the midst of what I can only describe as a sports haven - about 2 miles of sports centre after sports centre after swimming pool after spa after...there were loads of them, and they were enormous. Pretty bizarre. That's all I have to ...
... exploring the streets in 32 degree heat taking in the Chateau and celebrated Green Edge stage win in The Tour De France and congratulations to Simon Gerrans for taking the Maillot jaune as leader.
Weird still being day light at 9.30 pm. Makes it hard to go to bed. But doesn't matter as we are on holidays after all.
We get picked up tomorrow morning by the TT team for our transfer to Argeles Gazost to book into our hotel, unpack the bikes and turn the legs