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Tomblaine to Gerardmer - Stage 8 I first fell in love with the Tour De France in the early part of this century when Lance Armstrong ruled the sport of cycling. His efforts climbing the Col Du Tourmet and the Alpe Du Huez left me in awe in the early hours of the Australian mornings. Drug cheat on no cheat, what he did still required a big ticker. I love July for the Tour, it's something I live on for the three weeks as it runs, leaving a empty feeling like the ...
... dead person, stood standing together as if on the parade ground. The warm sunshine and green fields surrounding the cemetery gave it a serene feeling. In a strange way it seemed like a nice place to be buried, although I'm pretty sure the servicemen would have liked more control over when and where it was to happen.
The etched maple leaves showed that the overwhelming majority of graves belonged to Canadian forces. A register kept at each site recorded details of ...
... marker on it.
I'm now relaxing in my cheap-and-cheerful IBIS budget hotel in the commercial zone of this large town. The price suits ma poche quite well after a very expensive stay at a Logis-branded hotel last night. And, what's more, the shower here has fibre optic lighting that creates a funky disco feel when you take a dip. I'm quite tempted to douche again later this evening, and maybe tomorrow morning too.
Tomorrow is ...
... died of pneumonia, diarrhea, food poisoning, dysentery, and frostbite.
On the lighter side, Besanšon has been labeled a 'Town of Art and History' since 1986. It is filled young, hip people as it has a large university and a famous Centre for Applied Linguistics with over 4000 students a year from all over the world. While we were there, there were free dance and music performances going ...
... via small country roads.
Being away from the Eurovelo route there was nothing really special about this ride, however there is always something to look at that makes a day interesting. Travelling in France in the spring is wonderful - even the simplest of houses can look beautiful when adorned with climbing roses or a garden bed of iris as so many of them do, so any route can be nice just looking at gardens when passing through a village or at the ...
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