Balladins Moulins sur Allier
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are maintained beautifully, and are still the dwellings of many people living there. Imagine Sovereign hill, but still as a living breathing township. This city dated back to the 12 th century. From there we followed the highway, but on a greenway, a cycling/ walking bitumen track, separated from the highway by a strip of trees and bushes. It felt like we were on a little country lane. We came across our first near ...
... but we had carried our supplies this far, we might as well eat them. Dinner does smell quite delicious though. They also sell wine and beer, so John's happy. There is a communal kitchen, and plenty of tables, both inside and out. As its a beautiful evening, we are going to prepare and eat our gourmet delight outside. Today we rode 76 kms, with a bit of a head wind, tomorrow we ride to Dijon, like the mustard. Weather forecast is for more of the same sunny ...
... a million people use the track every year, although that seemed a bit outrageous. Public toilets are a rarity, and we often have to have a little hide in the bushes. We haven't been caught out yet, but I have managed to squat on a nettle bush twice, and then had to do a little jiggle on my seat for the next couple of kms. We cross back and forth over the bridge from time to time, in some places the Loire is so wide there are two bridges to get across. Today's first leg followed ...
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 ...
... We went into the village to get bread. The boulangerie was closed, but the assistant in the convenience store told us to go to the butchers!!!!! Yes! They did have bread. And now we are in Limoux. Not a nice journey. We woke up to find ourselves I the middle of a cloud and it was limited visibility all down the mountain. We are looking forward to tomorrow's ...