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... it was sunny and warm, we lay down by the riverbank, snoozing and relaxing, before enjoying some cold beers in the courtyard of our hotel. We've had a couple of games of Crowns, over the past few days, too. It's a bit reminisce of our Coast to Coast walk. These smaller towns are far nicer than the bigger cities, but our days and kms are a bit determined by the availability of accommodation. We are loving every bit of this trip. (Except for getting lost of ...
... going straight back on. Once again, we got lost coming into town. We thought we would be at our hotel by about 2.00, but it took us nearly 45 mins to find it, coming in over a different bridge than the one on our map. The trail signposts seem to disappear on the approach into town, and as the traffic is pretty busy, it's easy to lose our way. Orleans is quite large, maybe similar to Geelong. There is a beautiful town plaza right ...
For the first time on my trip I sleep past 9 I don't get up till about 10.30 I must have been tired. I'm a little annoyed at my self though as Oliver is taking us on a trip today and I wanted an early start. We have a late breakfast and head on our way, the Loire valley is stunning I love looking at the country side as we drive. Our first stop it ...
After a night of little sleep I needed a coffee so for the second time in my life I purchased and drunk a coffee it was only a mocha and I added a lot of sugar but still. It was and adventure of a morning we had to get to a specific train station that would take us to Orleans and there are hundreds of stations and lines in Paris, after about an hour of trying to figure out how to get there we found the easiest was to take the train from the airport then change lines to get ...
... cafes are closed. When it starts to get to that time of the day the kids become ticking cryme-bombs. We found a grocery store at a small town somewhere along the route, and managed to pick up some sandwiches just before it closed. We had our dinner in a little neighborhood park in this small town somewhere in the Loire valley. We were greeted by a friendly kitty that hung out with us and kept the kids chortling with its antics.
An hour or so later we were ...