Cerise Maisons Laffitte
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... much then we kept in touch thru Facebook.
Anyway back up a bit! we wound our way this way and that as the GPS took us down narrow one way lanes etc before finally hitting the highway. Tolls all the way but travelling at 130 to 140km per hr it was not long before we were bypassing Toulouse and many other places we had cycled through. Stopped for diesel and ...
... Pyrenees and this is the birthplace of Henry IV a land of history, gastronomy, wine, sports and culture.
Pascal was a little stir crazy from sitting in the car wanted photo shoots. The architecture here in the Pyrenees is really different to the south of France, it is close to ski slopes and really had the feeling of a ski town.
We arrived into Bayonne in the mighty Basque, we are about to find out just how passionate people here of their region. ...
Bikes are packed and we have breakfast at 8:00am. Then we rolled out about 10:15 enroute to Bergerac for the individual time trial. We drove towards Pau then turned north to Bergerac. We arrived at the start of the TT, we walked through the team buses looking at the TT bikes, you could get us really close to the teams. We watched a few roll out the start gate then Pete and I grabbed a baguette and decided to try and get on TV. We positioned ourselves on the start straight at a slight ...
... of 1100metres , at the top we went through a guided cave system walk. It was interested although a little under whelming compared to our cave systems. We then had lunch at the top then dropped back down the funicular. Marc and I then walked back down to the grotto for one last look, then back to our accommodation. Swim in the pool then dinner at a local restaurant. Meal was great duck carpaccio , then veal pie, follow by porterhouse steak and a stuffed apple. Back to accommodation for ...
... Fauré. I shall search for it later. Next morning the weather was dull and cloudy for our trip across the Pyrenees. The tunnel was closed, so we were prepared for some hairpin driving as we negotiated the 'Col' across the top of the mountains. As we ascended, drifts of cloud crossed our path, followed by diagonal waves of heavy rain / sleet. The high peaks of the mountains were covered in snow, even though it was summer. As we rounded ...