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... on Mondays. And a huge shopping centre just outside the town. Our next stop was La Canourge. A wonderful medieval town. It almost smelt of Knights in armour and swords and lances. We have now moved on to Roquefort. Will be sampling some cheese! It was a dark damp tour of the caves and we had steps up and down and at the end, we had to walk up the steps to the top of ...
... the dump station breaks from being stretched in the cold. Poop spewing everywhere! I feel like I'm in a Chevy Chase movie! And...Oh no! ... We are in France. NO ONE is going to be able to sell us an American replacement tube. Okay now, I feel like I'm in a horror flick! Thank God we brought duct tape. I guess we're going to find out if those Mythbusters episodes about how you can build or repair anything with duct tape are true! - ...
Our little room in Saint Etienne (Hotel Tenor) forced us out early as we had some k's to cover today. Picked up some supplies from the Hotel Deville's supermarket, including choc and plain croissants for morning tea, & stuff for a baguette lunch. Headed NW to Vichy, then Moulins, then ended at Nevers in a lovely Ibis Hotel (not flash) just over the ...
... the remains of a 27 m Gallo-Roman pyramid, purpose unknown, but probably a tomb or a memorial.
Onwards to Nevers and Hotel de Cleves, where Douglas got to put his French language skills to good use trying to check into our room over the telephone! Being a Sunday afternoon, the hotel reception was closed, but we eventually got squared ...
We left astrids house and drove back via moulins. A beautiful town! We lunched in an amazing bistro that looked like it was unaltered since it was built in 1899. 14 euro bought the most amazing home cooked 2 course lunch we have had! So big we barely needed dinner ...