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... on the morning of the race. The atmosphere was amazing, people all camped and waiting, anticipating the day. The Caravan came through about an hour before the riders, and we picked up a few more souvenirs but when the riders came through, **** went ballistic and the continuous shooting mode of the camera got a thorough working over. Dan went for a run to chase after Cadel and a couple of the GreenEdge riders, and got a little wave from another as everyone clapped and ...
Red is tied to a riverbank. Very traditional barge like thing to do. I am cheating a little as it has bollards and a power point. Dont judge me. The heater must go on. Dee, Bruce and Barb all left yesterday. I went into Dijon with dee to see her off. But as I had to get back I took the last train back and left Dee to make her way to Edinburgh. But as with all things bus related. The bloody thing was a no show. So she sat for hours ...
We slept late today and started the day slowly. Dave went out to get breakfast and came back with fresh crepes with chocolate and bananas. Yum! What a way to start the day. I have always been a country girl, but city living certainly has some advantages! We got ready and headed off to the Louvre. We decided to walk as it has been a beautiful day. It took about ...
... the french do fagots aswell! (see UK entry on Wales) Pork fagots! I had to try. Thankfully the lady who was selling them was far more forgiving of my yet again juvenile reaction to the find. Perhaps they make these fagots in the understandibly small and desolate town called Fagot we passed on the way into Grenoble.
In addition to all of that, my overall impression of France – class. The women are beautiful and alluring while still being modest ...
... appeared as well as some familiar ones having closed. We have found that in Burgundy on this visit that there has been quite a renewal of the type and quality of shops and mainly for the better. One that had gone in Sancerre was a pottery that we bought a beautiful piece from some years ago – a sign simply said 'It was time to give my time to the children'. Lovely sentiments but a shame nonetheless as there was some talent there.
One of the new shops was an artisan ...