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... queens. It served as a prison as well. The best part was seeing the British royal guards, the ancient White Tower, and the Queens jewels on display. We also took a tour with one of the Beefeater guards who live at the Tower property. He mentioned to the Americans in the crowd how rich the British History has been with the Tower of London, and it "all could have been ours, if we had paid our ...
... A parking inspector greets us as he is walking along the pavement "Bonjour Madam, Monsieur". He is carrying a Glock handgun on his hip. Good grief do they shoot parking violators in this place. Actually a public loo here and low and behold a HOLE in the floor. That's all you need to know about Thieres.
After many miles and a fruitless search for our next chateau we made a u turn as directed by our trusty Mrs. TomTom and headed to Roanne in hopes ...
... my way through 21. To say the gears were crunching was an understatement.
Moved on to Pilsensee. Very pretty site on side of the lake, with perfect Bavarian backdrop of wooded hills and distant mountains. Cycled again - to Herrsching, past some very expensive looking lakeside properties. Spent the afternoon doing household chores - washing clothes and car cleaning. Site is a bit exposed so a bit draughty when the wind blows and boy, does it ...
... crew. we jumped on the train again and headed to Juan Les Pines, which is only two stops down the line. Only a short walk to our hotel which is in a narrow side street off the main road. Thhe hotel is very old and quaint. We are on the 2nd floor and there is no elevator. Bit of a mission with the bags but get up and find a room much bigger than anything I shared with Rick, very old worlde and comfy, even had a little balcony with a table and chairs. A quick change ...
... hills. After the, we continued along the voie vertes which I had ridden a couple of weeks ago. We got up as far as Corniou. That seemed far enough, so we turned back towards T. Pons, thinking we might look around there. We had switched bikes by this time. The one Caira was riding is a bit small for her. So she was riding my bike with the seat jacked up. I had never occurred to me there might be some familiarization needed to ride ...