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... see or do. Our hotel is gorgeous though with a very traditional facade, but very modern interior, and beautiful courtyard and terrace restaurant. We will probably have dinner there. Tomorrow we farewell the Loire river, and follow the canal to join us up to the Saone river, and onward to Switzerland. We are half way into our ride, and if all goes to plan, we have 8 days to make it to Basel. Our maps indicate we should be able to do ...
... surprise, originally from The Netherlands. Our room, along with 4 others, is in an old farmhouse that the couple are renovating. It is quite traditional, but looks homely and comfortable. Take that to mean old. It's quite an odd place, with some people camping there, some staying in a small cottage there too, and it has a pool ( it's been a while since it was cleaned), adventure playground, table tennis table etc. still the shower water ...
... seem to have survived the passing of the years and even centuries. There are Catholic Churches in every village, and chateau dotted here and there. I have learnt to be able to tell if the village has a patisserie, by the size of the water tower in town. God knows how heavy we will be when we eventually head home. The poppies that were lining our route are becoming fewer and fewer, and with today's tail wind they seem to be waving us goodbye. There are lots of other cyclists, just ...
We have had extremely bad internet connectivity the entire trip, therefore we have not been able to make postings of our trip. Plus, we have had such long & busy days there really hasn't been much time to work on it. Most likely, this will have to wait until we are home.
Sorry for those who have been trying to follow our ...
... to recover the car! Then we went up into the mountains to Anglés. A small aire in a village with just a few shops. But the water was on which is essential for us. But to get to the dump and water, I had to crawl between lorry and trailer. It was lunch time and the drivers were in the local restaurant eating. They were apologetic when they came out and we had a ...