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... de france to watch it, ever..... he was disgusted with the professional sport. He also says cavendish appears to be taking to drugs too.
oh one other thing. they washed my cycling gear. so i had freshly washed clothes for the next morning and they gave me a packed lunch. B&B's are great.
The B&B i emailed for tonights stop haven't come back to me so have to hastily book somewhere else and because the B&B doesn't have wifi ...
... Messi would be better to take to Spain, so that perhaps we can take him to Barcelona to meet the human Messi (who I am sure would love to meet the dog, Messi); and if we brought Shiraz to France, we would have to call her Syrah, as apparently it is only in Australia and New Zealand that we call the red wine shiraz and not syrah as in Europe and South America.
In our day trip to Toulouse, we were a little surprised at the number of beggars and ...
... sat and people watched with a couple of drinks.
To be honest, except for a few churches and the main square, we were a little disappointed with the area and so finally headed back towards our accommodation, stopping off to grab some bread, cheese, cold meats and beer, sitting out on our own little patio as the sun finally lost its heat as it disappeared behind the roof of the house. Toulouse temps for the beginning of Oct is 29 degrees; certainly much better than that of the UK!
Gosh hard to find time to blog these days however.....We arrived in THE wine country and were so happy to be in France. We had taken a ryanair flight to Bordeaux which had free seating meaning we were separated and scrambling for somewhere to park ourselves. Quick flight though and cheap.
Bordeaux is a fairly gritty looking city, mainly a student town by the looks, ...
... and off to another local market, this time in Caylus, the local town. Amazingly beautiful weather again - hot sun, blue skies. Caylus is a mediaeval town, small, compact and one of everything. Like much of rural France, there are lots of shops, small businesses and craft shops closed and deserted. The recession clearly has bitten hard in the area. The market comprised ...