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... and cows to dodge. It took us down this skinny street so narrow that I had to pull the mirrors in. If it had been 2 inches narrower, we would have been stuck. When we pulled out of that street an old French man was staring at us like he had just seen the second rising of Jesus. We asked him if we could continue down the street and he said we. So off we ...
Early start to morning with breakfast at 7 even though it was a rest day to farewell Sue and Peter. Part way through breakfast the power went out. When I did finally catch the owner she explained they had run out of coins - how funny - we had only a few days before need taking about the origins of "the penny dropped". In front of the serious Irish road bikes was a bright blue Peugeot motorbike. The lady at reception explained that ...
... the town share for coffee. I was intrigued with the yellow raspberries - I couldn't resist purchasing some. Perfect lunch - I think we will all be cleaning our bodies for a few days after the amazing and food which was never ending. This was the first time macchiato was on the menu so I ordered one. I was rather surprised with what came out - a milky shot of coffee in a tall class filled to the brim with milk froth - with a straw and a long ...
... they were very well maintained. The next leg of the journey was back to the first village and then onto lunch at a worker's restaurant. Our route took us through a vineyard and past the residence - by accident I believe. The owners were a little surprised to see 6 cyclists coming up their driveway. They were helpful and set us back on the correct route. Again a few hills put in to make sure we were awake. Lunch at the worker's ...
... tell me that he really enjoyed it.
I managed to have a shower and struggled downstairs to meet E's daughter who'd popped over for lunch and say hello to JG before he went back to work.
Today was Ron's turn for a personal guided tour and E took Ron out to show him a little of the Loire Valley.
First stop was the old section of Tours, Place Plumereau where there were many old houses in Tudor style, the streets were narrow and ...
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