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A big day's driving today, as we knocked off 6 pages of the map book and around 260km en route to the Loire. A bit of a slow start as we negotiated a number of smaller roads, and then, as we entered a small town, we found ourselves in the middle of market day! Why they had not blocked off the main street we have no idea, but there was only one way to go and that was straight ahead... market stalls closing in on both sides and people everywhere. There were some raised eyebrows at three ...
... included a huge gallery of Stone Age tools, weapons and jewellery, and bones, skeletons and lifesize reconstructions of some of the animals that once roamed the valley but are now extinct, including bison, mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, giant deer and enormous cave bears.
Our motorhome clocked over 2000 miles after lunch as we moved further north, this time to the Grotte de Rouffignac. An electric train took us into ...
Short climb out of the village and then mostly downhill for the rest of the day. Stopped in St Cere to pick up supplies for picnic lunch. Stopped beside the river - didn't go for a swim in the end as it was a bit cloudy. Next stop was Carrenac. Had a look around this village. Dropped down into the gorge, crossed the Dordogne on a narrow wooden suspension bridge and then up into Gluges. Small village of about 71 people. Lovely hotel with a pool and beside the ...
Started out on a ride to discover more of the area north of us. Upon reaching our original destination, we decided to continue to Saint-Cere. Got to a junction with sign indicating 7km to Saint-Cere. We began a descent and on the way down we wondered when the descent would end. It went on for 6 of the 7 km. OMG, we have to climb back out!! Will be ready for Tour de France next ...
Distance today 273KM
I left Négrèville, had luck at Granville and followed to route of the bay to Mont St Michele. The journey was a pleasure compared to yesterday, although as I approached the Mont it was such a beautiful sight I kept looking at it for too long whilst riding along a very windey road.
When I arrived I parked where the other motorcycles park and got chatting to a lovely American couple ...
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