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Travel Blogs from Vierzon
... going up and down and
wonderfully preserved stately homes. Let down by the Musee we took
Ella to mcDonalds for Lunch and a Play...and of course free internet!
We were hoping to find a campsite tonight (as I smell) and found one
called 'Camping Ch-ti'mi'... And I think it was a joke as it was
really 'Camping ******** me' as we could not find it ANYWHERE! So the
Aires again it was!
... on Monday due to no power because of flooding.
Why did we bother to leave so early from the south of France?
We are already missing the majesty of the Pyrenees and the warmth of the Aude.
When will we come back? Our plans for Easter are not certain- we will wait for family news!
And so to the rest of the day. Stops here and there for mugs of tea and then the ...
... being awfully glad we’d rented bikes, as the traffic was nearly at a standstill, by 10:30 or so. We thought it was probably time to head back to the van, and see how far off we were, as far as proximity to the feed and collection zones. Imagine our surprise when we saw that the balloon for the end of the 2nd collection zone was right next to our car. We seem to have guessed decently.
When the breakaway – and then the peloton – ...
... in this tiny town seemed to us to be especially pretty, especially its single steeple. We came into view of it in time to listen to a full 20 minute tolling of its bells, as we rode closer, which appears to have been in connection with a multi-baby christening event.
Relaxing in the tent now. Hoping our southward course will bring us closer to summer. All too springlike where we are now, and not always in a good way ...
... in the square which was delightful as the sun was shining. After lunch Natalie drove us to Bourges which is the largest town in this region. We visited Le Palais Jacques Coeur. Coeur was born in 1400 became the most influential and wealthy merchant of his time and built a substantial private home in civil gothic architecture with a number of modern conveniences. The most significant being the separation of the function rooms with ...