B&B Saint Nazaire/La Baule
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Another day in the saddle - following south westerly wind, small quiet country lanes, coffee stop in the sun at Mauran next to two English women, lunch next to a lake, pastis and beer in Evran and then onto a camping d'Aire for motor home. Toilet and sink made the 'rough camp' less rough. Tomorrow it's onto the coast and St Malo. Bon ...
... Coffee stop was by a creperie we used on the way down. This time we brewed our own coffee and watched a group of Harley Davidson riders poke their noses into a barge moored nearby. Then riding on to lunch by canal with wind and sun to dry tents and flysheets. This afternoon after ploermel we cycled on to find rough camping spot when 2 men said there's a ...
... Redon we were offered the use of the lawn beside the bar. So we had our earliest stop pitching tents and draping flysheets to dry over a fence to dry before the rain. With tents pitched we went for a walk in the neighbourhood and got back before the rain. We maintained bikes cleaning and oiling the 4 chains and repairing puncture on P&Ps tandem. Now back in the bar for our first evening meal out. Bon appetite et Bon ...
... raisin we discussed route and distances. Pam suggested crossing the Saint Nazaire bridge an enormous structure about 5k long with a very narrow lined area for bikes. Very tense but it has taken about 70 miles off the route via Nantes. A very late lunch in an covered alleyway in a small town gave the very unexpected opportunity to blow dry the flysheets. Great now we could set off north towards ...
... we would go and look at the mechanicals on the other side of the river. Hopped on the tram, walked over the bridge and found guess what - closed on Mondays! But we had a fabulous sightseeing day - the Chateau, the cathedral, the fountains and the pavement cafés. Home on the tram for a peaceful evening, ready for visiting Sue and Tony Berridge tomorrow.